Mexican actor Tony Dalton says that season 6 of “Better Call Saul” is simply “Out of Control”

Tony Dalton

The star of Breaking Bad prequel Better Call Saul, Tony Dalton, says that the upcoming final season of the hit AMC series is “out of control.Better Call Saul, like its predecessor, is set primarily in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and provides the backstory for a few key characters from the original series. 

The hit show created by Vince Gilligan first aired on AMC in 2015 and delivered four subsequent seasons, with season 5 airing in 2020. Season 6 is set to be the final one and will debut in two parts in early 2022.

The story chronicles Jimmy McGill’s journey as an earnest lawyer and former con artist, and his subsequent transition into the greedy criminal defense attorney that viewers have come to know as Saul Goodman.

Bob Odenkirk returns to his career-defining role as the charismatic protagonist. He is joined by fellow Breaking Bad alumni Giancarlo Esposito and Jonathan Banks, who reprise their roles as Gus Fring and Mike Ehrmantraut, respectively. Other cast members from across its run include Rhea Seehorn, Patrick Fabian, Michael Mando, and Michael McKean, to name a few, and Dalton joined the cast in Season 4 as the nefarious cartel boss Eduardo “Lalo” Salamanca.

Now, while promoting his upcoming Disney+ series Hawkeye with Collider, Dalton takes a brief moment to tease Better Call Saul season 6. When asked what it was like reading the new scripts for the first time, the actor lights up and replies “very, very exciting.” 

He mentions that audiences have “no idea” about what’s in store for them in the final season, and states that the story is “out of control.

Álvaro Luis Bernat Dalton, known professionally as Tony Dalton, is an American-born Mexican actor, screenwriter, and producer.

For much of his career, he acted in Mexican films, television shows, and stage plays, but became widely known after he began starring as cartel boss Lalo Salamanca in Better Call Saul.

Source: Cine Premier

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