Bob Odenkirk, known for “Breaking Bad” and “Better Call Saul,” shared that he lost his memory after a heart attack that happened on the set. The actor admitted that he does not remember the first day when he suffered a heart attack, as well as two weeks of rehabilitation.
According to Bob Odenkirk, the incident made him think about life and the future, The Guardian reports. On July 28, 2021, during the filming of “Better Call Saul”, the actor lost consciousness and fell to the ground. He was surrounded by the project team, the performer of the main role was urgently hospitalized. Later, doctors determined that the actor had suffered a heart attack.
In September 2021, Bob Odenkirk returned to work on the series, the actor admitted that he was happy to be back on the set and meet colleagues on the series “Better Call Saul.”
The official Twitter account of the series “Better Call Saul” published a teaser of the final season. In the video, cousins Leonel and Marco Salamanca in identical beige suits and remarkable shoes walk right through the crime scene, and the police try not to look them in the eye.
Fans of the series tried to decipher the code with the release date of the last season, which the authors hid in the teaser “Better Call Saul.” Viewers assume that the premiere of the drama’s finale will take place on April 18.
Better Call Saul is an American crime drama television series that premiered on AMC in February 2015. The project was created by Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould and is a prequel to the super-successful show Breaking Bad. Bob Odenkirk returned to the role of attorney Saul Goodman, who helped Walter White and Jesse Linkman formalize their transactions legally. The very name of the series is the slogan of the future law firm of Saul Goodman when he appears in “All Serious”.