Better Call Saul Series Finale: What's next for Breaking Bad spinoff?

Better Call Saul Series Finale: What's next for Breaking Bad spinoff?

After a successful six seasons, 'Better Call Saul' came to an end on  August 15.

The show is a prequel to 'Breaking Bad', which made $3 million per episode.

'Better Call Saul' first aired in 2015 and has 63 episodes. 

At the time of its airing, the series premiere held the record for highest-rated scripted series premiere in cable history.

With a net worth of $16 million, Bob Odenkirk plays the lead on the show. He made $200,000 per episode.

The Breaking Bad spinoff emerged from the shadow of its predecessor to become one of the most critically acclaimed shows on TV.

Bob Odenkirk’s Saul Goodman went from sleazy lawyer to tragic figure and classic TV character in his own right.

The AMC show brought over $120 million in the first four seasons. They hired 1,600 crew for each season and a total of 11,300 extras.