Viewers are now thrilled about the forthcoming Better Call Saul Season 5 since the next installment would, reportedly, feature more scenes with Saul Goodman. The Breaking Bad spinoff, undeniably, became a success due to its interesting storyline and commendable cast line up. With the coming of another installment, what could fans expect from the Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould's television crime drama series?

As expected, the good-lawyer-turned-bad-lawyer plot would be followed in Better Call Saul Season 5. Saul (Bob Idenkirk) would do everything just to make him the total opposite of Jimmy McGill. Most fans can witness the death of Saul's former persona in the Season 4 finale. In the imminent new installment, Saul is expected to face more challenges after he decided to, finally, change his identity.

There are also reports saying that Saul and Kim Wexler (Rhea Seehorn) would not be on good terms in the upcoming Better Call Saul Season 5. Aside from changing his name, Saul's new identity is also said to cause a rift between the lovebirds. It remains to be seen if Saul and Kim would decide to end their relationship in the next season. However, from the looks of it, Saul is very likely to dump Kim since he is the kind of person who can easily abandon friends for his career.

Though these predictions are not impossible to happen in the future, it should be noted that none of these theories have been confirmed up to this writing. Hence, avid followers of the show are advised to take these unverified claims about Better Call Saul Season 5 with a grain of salt.

Meanwhile, recent reports claim that all the series cast and crew would start working on the upcoming Better Call Saul Season 5 on April 10, 2019, in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The filming for the next installment is expected to end some time in August. Thus, the fifth season of the popular American television crime drama may be released later this year or in early 2020.

Rumors are rife that Better Call Saul Season 5 is the last installment of the spin-off series. In fact, in August 2018, show co-creator Peter Gould revealed that BCS  was likely to have as many episodes as Breaking Bad that was finished after five seasons and had a total of 16 episodes. This, according to reports, could be a hint that the series would end after the Season 5 finale episode. Stay tuned to Business Times China for the latest Better Call Saul Season 5 spoilers, predictions, theories, news, and updates!