Finale of "Better Call Saul": Vince Gilligan rules out More Spinoffs

The end of Better Call Saul. I'm done now. Fans were undoubtedly present as Breaking Bad finished in 2013. Better Call Saul was released two years later, however Vince Gilligan, the creator of both shows, has stated that there won't be any more spinoffs after the Better Call Saul series finale. 

On August 10, Gilligan and co-creator Peter Gould spoke on a panel for the Television Critics Association. When talking about the Better Call Saul season finale, Gilligan was very blunt with fans wishing for a second spinoff. 

After the "Better Call Saul" series finale, Vince Gilligan doesn't want to take any chances. 

Gilligan views the popularity of Better Call Saul as a blessing. He does not want to try his luck one more time. 

It's usually a mistake when I use sports or Vegas metaphors, but you can't keep betting all of your money on Red 21 every time, Gilligan remarked. "I think creating a Breaking Bad spinoff was probably pushing it. I couldn't be happier with the outcomes. Then, I completed El Camino, of which I am also really proud. 

Sometime, Vince Gilligan will have to depart from the "Breaking Bad/Better Call Saul" universe. 

There have been further spinoff concepts. The Rise of Gus is what Giancarlo Esposito wants to do. However, Gilligan believes that after the Better Call Saul series finale, the narrative is actually over. 

I'm getting the impression that you need to know when to quit the party. You don't want to be the one the property owners call out, "Jesus, can we just turn the sprinklers on?" while wearing a lampshade. I therefore don't have any current plans to interact with the universe in any other way. At the conclusion of Breaking Bad, I was asked that question, and I know what I answered. 

Do you not want to watch Vince Gilligan's upcoming projects? 

Between Better Call Saul and Breaking Bad, Gilligan debuted the Fox series Battle Creek, which had a brief run. Outside of the Breaking Badverse, he wants to watch other television programs.


Gilligan remarked, "I've got to show myself that I've got something more in me. "I don't just do one thing. That's my fervent wish. 

Gould also believed that it would be excessive to expect the audience to continue watching. Between Better Call Saul, Breaking Bad, and El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie, 127 hours have passed. 

Gould remarked, "To beg for an audience is a tremendous commitment. "And you start to question how many dramas will have that much time to develop themselves. Although I am ecstatic and immensely pleased of the job, there are still a few things I want to do, just like Vince. Having saying that, I still adore Albuquerque, Bob, Rhea, and Vince. I adore the entire crew. So, we'll try to retain as much of the band intact as possible. Never say never, as well. Who can predict how we will feel in a few years? 

Gilligan also enjoyed having exactly 127 hours, which is the number of hours in the movie 127 Hours. 

It took that poor bastard 127 hours to cut off his own arm, so I always say it seems significant, Gilligan added. "That has to be significant. Godspeed, sir.


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