Better Call Saul Gets Snubbed At Emmy Awards 2022

Better Call Saul is a spin-off series of the 2008 released TV series Breaking Bad. Moreover, the series revolves around the spooky lawyer Saul Goodman. The series recently bid goodbye to fans and its last season received love throughout the globe.

While the audience appreciates the series, Emmy Awards 2022 has a different take on this crime and legal drama. How? You ask. Well, let’s check it out below.

Better Call Saul did not win awards

The epic spin-off series Better Call Saul has been nominated 46 times for the Emmys. However, the series didn’t win any awards at the event. Continuing catastrophe, the 2022 Emmy awards nominated the show for three awards. However, Bob Odenkirk and the team have to return empty-handed.

Moreover, the fans were unhappy with this decision, and giving the Lead Actor Award to Lee Jung-jae was the last nail in the coffin. Apart from this, The White Lotus won the most awards at this year’s event. Keeping all that in mind, let’s discuss Better Call Saul‘s plot in the next section of this article.

What is Better Call Saul about?

Better Call Saul Gets Snubbed At Emmy Awards 2022
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The series follows the story of a con artist Saul Goodman who is trying to become a respectable lawyer. Moreover, he is famous for his flamboyant personality and cunning moves in the criminal world. The series has a total of six seasons with 63 episodes.

In addition to Bob Odenkirk, it casts A-listers like Rhea Seehorn, Jonathan Banks, Michael Mando, Giancarlo Esposito, and many others. Speaking of blockbusters, check out The Little Mermaid teaser clocks more than 100 million global views.

That’s all we have for today. What are your views on this news? Have you watched the series? Let us know your thought in the comment section below.

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