‘Better Call Saul’ Fans React to the Series Finale: “Best Show of All Time”

It took 14 years and 11 seasons, but now it’s finally over. This Monday (August 15) marks the series finale of Better call Saul, Vince Gilligan and Peter Goulds sequel series too Breaking Bad. It was a historic moment in television and arguably one of scripted television’s greatest moments of 2022. And as Twitter can attest, it absolutely lived up to the mountain of hype the series has been promising since Season 1. spoilers ahead.

As many, including this site, have predicted, Better call Saul ended up with Jimmy (Bob Odenkirk) staring at jail time. But thanks to his expertise, Jimmy reduced what was supposed to be over 100 years in prison to seven. At least that was the case until Kim Wexler (Rhea Seehorn) returned to Albuquerque. It seemed like Jimmy was ready to sell the love of his life and his old legal partner until he made eye contact with her in the courtroom. Jimmy did something he rarely does: tell the truth. At the end of his confession before the judge, Jimmy’s seven years increased to 86.

Better call Saul’His final moments took place in Jimmy’s new prison. Claiming to be his attorney, Kim went to see him. That was when Jimmy and Kim shared another cigarette – a nod to how her entire journey began. You can check out Decider’s full guide to the finale.

Shortly after the finale wrapped, fans took to Twitter to sing their praises about the legal thriller. Some focused on how Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould’s fast-paced and years-long masterpiece will likely never be replicated again:

Others focused more on what “Saul Gone” meant to them breaking Bad universe as a whole:

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But most of the fans on Twitter were just blown away by what they just saw. As high as the expectations for this final were, it seems Better call Saul delivered to you. This last episode is called “the best possible ending to the best series of all time‘, ‘best show ever’ and what we came closest to ‘a modern Shakespearean tragedy.

It will take most of us a few days to appreciate just how much emotional and narrative mastery went into this finale. But for now, we can only stand in awe of Saul Goodman. Once again he’s managed to put on a show that will last forever and we can’t look away.

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