Warning: this article contains spoilers about the season two finale of Better Call Saul.
Don’t read on unless you’ve watched it.
It’s never going to be Breaking Bad 2 – surely everyone must accept that by now.
But Better Call Saul is a divisive show that continues to dictate its own terms – disappointing those who willed it to be the sketchy adventures of lawyer Saul Goodman and delighting those who stick with the slowburn tale of the gradual moral erosion of Jimmy McGill.
As it’s on Netflix we have no idea of the numbers who fall into either camp – but after seeing the season two finale there’s little credibility to the argument that this is a show in which nothing happens.
The finale topped a fantastic second season.