He gave choice fans a preview of the upcoming sixth and final season premiere of Better Call Saul.
On Saturday, Bob Odenkirk and the cast of his hit crime drama series were on hand for the 39th annual PaleyFest at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood.
In addition to a viewing of the premiere, which is slated to drop on AMC on April 18, fans and members of the media got to hear first-hand what viewers can expect from the upcoming two-part finale season during a conversation and Q&A. round table.
Premiere Party: Bob Odenkirk attended the 39th Annual PaleyFest Screening of Better Call Saul’s Final Season Celebration at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood on Saturday, April 9, 2022
Before all the festivities take place inside the Dolby Theater, located along Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, the cast and creators hit the red carpet for a photo op.
Odenkirk, 59, kept it casual-cool in the fashion department in black denim with a black suede jacket over a matching t-shirt.
The main man also donned a pair of brown trainers while striking a number of poses, including a few where he impersonated his Jimmy McGill (Saul) persona while pointing at the camera.
Casual-cool: Red carpet magic: Odenkirk, 59, kept it casual yet smart in the fashion department in black denim with a black suede jacket over a matching t-shirt
Scary: Odenkirk suffered a heart attack on the Better Call Saul season six set
The veteran actor, who plays Jimmy McGill aka Saul Goodman on the hit AMC series and its predecessor Breaking Bad, was joined on the red carpet by a number of his fellow cast members and show makers.
The actors present to pose and take the stage for the roundtable were Rhea Seehorn (Kim Wexler), Jonathan Banks (Mike Ehrmantraut), Patrick Fabian (Howard Hamlin), Michael Mando (Nacho Varga), Giancarlo Esposito (Gus Fring) , Tony Dalton (Lalo Salamanca), Vince Gilligan (creator and executive producer) and Peter Gould (creator, showrunner and executive producer).
Odenkirk is just nine months away from a heart attack while filming season six in New Mexico last July.
The veteran actor has made a full recovery since suffering a heart attack while filming Better Call Saul in New Mexico last July.
Saul and his muscle: Odenkirk and Jonathan Banks starred together in Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul
The Emmy-winning actor had ventured to an area near co-stars Rhea Seehorn and Patrick Fabian and started riding his exercise bike when he fell to the ground after the heart attack.
Seehorn and Fabian called for help and health safety supervisor Rosa Estrada and assistant director Angie Meyer performed CPR on the actor, before doctors gave him three shocks with an automated defibrillator to restore his pulse .
“I knew since 2018 that I had this plaque buildup in my heart. One of those pieces of plate shattered,’ the Illinois native told The New York Times in February.
Along with the health emergency and Odenkirk’s recovery, the final season of Better Call Saul, which premiered in March 2021, was further delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The cast and showrunner co-starred on the red carpet then attended the roundtable: (LR) Peter Gould, Rhea Seehorn, Tony Dalton, Jonathan Banks, Bob Odenkirk, Michael Mando, Patrick Fabian and Giancarlo Esposito
The sixth and final season of Better Call Saul ended the series on February 9, 2022; pictured are Jonathan Banks, Peter Gould, Tony Dalton, Michael Mando, Rhea Seehorn, Patrick Fabian, Bob Odenkirk and Giancarlo Esposito
The final season finally wrapped filming on February 9, 2022.
It will consist of 13 episodes instead of the usual 10, and being split into two halves: the first seven episodes will start airing on AMC on April 18, then the last six episodes will air starting July 11, 2022.
The reasoning for the split is to nominate each half of the season for different Emmy ceremonies, as the first half would be eligible for the 2022 Emmys, while eligibility for next year’s ceremony begins in June.
Lady in red: Co-star Rhea Seehorn, 49, showed off her sense of style in a fitted red dress
Glowing: Seehorn, who plays Jimmy McGill’s colleague and eventual romantic partner, cuddled up on the red carpet with Patrick Fabian, the actor who plays Howard Hamlin, the managing partner of Hamlin, Hamlin & McGill
Casual-cool: Fabian, 57, opted for a casual ensemble of black jeans and a t-shirt
Strike a pose: Tony Dalton, 47, chose to don a blue suit with a white shirt; he played Tony Dalton as Lalo Salamanca in the series
Looking cool: Giancarlo Esposito, the 63-year-old actor who played drug dealer Gus Fring in Better Call Saul and Breaking Bad, wore a black hat, suit and tie to the event premiere
Fix it man: Jonathan Banks, 75, rocked a blue blazer with a blue t-shirt and jeans; he played his character, Mike, on both Better Call Saul and Breaking Bad
Crazy: Michael Mando, 40, looked stylish in his baby blue suit; he captivated audiences as Nacho Varga
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