Why ‘You Better Call Saul’ Can Still Win an Emmy If It’s Already Over

After 46 nominations and no Emmys, fans of ” You better call Saul” expected 2022 to be the year of the ‘Breaking Bad’ spin-off, not least because it was their sixth and final season, however, the 74th Annual Television Academy Awards escaped the drama created by Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould.

Despite nominations in four main categories, the fiction starring Bob Odenkirk failed to obtain a single statuette. “Succession” won Best Drama Series and Best Screenplay, while Best Lead Actor in a Drama Series went to Lee Jung-jae for “Squid Game.”

For her part, Rhea Seehorn, who did an excellent job as Kim Wexler in the last season of “ You better call Saul lost the Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series statuette to Julia Garner of “Ozark.”

However, all is not lost and the prequel to “Breaking Bad” may still win an Emmy even though it ended August 15, 2022 after six seasons and 63 episodes. Here we explain why.

Jimmy (Bob Odenkirk) and Kim (Rhea Seehorn) in the series
Jimmy (Bob Odenkirk) and Kim (Rhea Seehorn) in the series “Better Call Saul” (Photo: AMC)

As Screen Rant notes, “You better call Saulwill likely be considered again for the 2023 Emmy Awards ceremony, since the eligibility period for the 2022 ceremony has been extended to May 31, meaning only the first half of the sixth installment has been released. considered.

So, the final six chapters, which premiered between July 11 and August 15, 2022 on AMC and Netflixthey have one last chance to get at least one win.

However, at the 2023 Emmys, “You better call Saul“may have to face series like”Dragon House”, “The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power » and the fifth season of « stranger things”.

After the epic series finale from Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould, it would be a blow to fans if the creators, producers and cast of the hit show once again walk away empty-handed.

‘Better Call Saul’, Bob Odenkirk and Rhea Seehorn may have a new opportunity at the 2023 Emmys (Photo: AMC)
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