The new season - which will comprise of 10 episodes - will premiere in the US on August 6 on AMC
The new trailer for the forthcoming fourth season of Better Call Saul is here – check out the teaser clip below.
The latest ten-episode instalment of the Breaking Bad spin-off is due to hit screens in the US on August 6, where it’ll air on AMC. The series, which is also available to watch in the UK on Netflix, was renewed for a fourth season back in June 2017.
Opening up with Jimmy McGill (played by Bob Odenkirk) asking “Do you know why God made snakes before lawyers? He needed the practice,” the clip gives glimpses of Jimmy’s life away from his day job as a consequence of his suspension from practicing law.
The likes of the characters Mike (Jonathan Banks), Kim (Rhea Seehorn) and Gus (Giancarlo Esposito) also appear in the clip, which at one point teases a bloody shout-out – check out the trailer for Better Call Saul season four below.
Speaking about the likely life span of Better Call Saul last year, co-creator Peter Gould said: “I will say I think this show has a definitely limit to it. It’s a story with a beginning and a middle and a definite end.
“I have to say, I would rather have it end too soon than go on too long.”