Bob Odenkirk took to Twitter to announce the shooting of the highly anticipated season 6 of the “Better Call Saul” TV series has been finished, by sharing a selfie with co-star Rhea Seehorn.
“Yesterday an amazing crew of people finished shooting “Better Call Saul” in Albuquerque, NM,” Odenkirk captioned the photo Thursday. “It began in 2014, with great writing always leading the charge, and despite challenges of all kinds, our energy and care never flagged.”
“I am honored to have been part of it,” he added.
In the photo, Odenkirk could be seen clicking the selfie, while wearing a Chicago Cubs baseball team hat and a gray t-shirt, and a matching jacket. Seehorn, on the other hand, could be seen standing at a distance wearing a black outfit and posing for the photo.
The on-screen couple was on a mountain in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where the series has been filmed.
Celebs took to the comments section to share their reactions.
Comedian Paul F. Tompkins, who collaborated with Odenkirk in the 1990s for his popular comedy show “Mr. Show,” took a dig at the “Better Call Saul” star, and wrote, “I mean your energy flagged once,” noting the actor suffered a heart attack amid filming the show last year.
Seehorn responded to Tompkins’ comment with laughing emojis.
“This is a very funny joke and I am glad you’re good enough friends to enjoy it!”
Actor Mark Hamill praised the show, “I’m really gonna miss this show. It is perfect in every way!” while actress Amber Tamblyn commented, “And @rheaseehorn you’re a brilliant gem. Congratulations to you both on such a phenomenal journey. #BetterCallSaul.”
Seehorn replied to Tamblyn’s comment, “Btw, I just asked Bob of he could please help me meet you, as I’ve been trying for a decade. Big fan.”
“Better Call Saul” is a spin-off to the popular crime series, “Breaking Bad,” which aired from 2008 to 2013. “Better Call Saul” first season aired in 2015 on the AMC network and season 6 will mark the final season of the show.
The series also stars Jonathan Banks, Michael Mando, Tony Dalton, Patrick Fabian and Raymond Cruz.
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