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Reviews on Better Call Saul Season 6 Leaked

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The leading star of Better Call Saul, Bob Odenkirk, has teased some details on the show’s upcoming sixth and final season, stating that the last chapter will be much more character-focused and less flashy than previous seasons. The series initially premiered in 2015 as a spin-off of Vince Gilligan’s award-winning series, Breaking Bad, and has become just as successful as its predecessor, obtaining universal acclaim for its strong performance as a prequel series. Critics have cited Better Call Saul as being the best prequel ever made, with some stating that it comes above its predecessor in terms of quality.

Better Call Saul' Renewed, Ending With Season 6 — Final Season on AMC |  TVLine

Throughout five seasons, the series has followed the future low-down lawyer of Walter White and Jesse Pinkman, Jimmy McGill, as he develops from a former con artist into the legit but greedy criminal defense attorney, Saul Goodman. Odenkirk reprises his role as the titular character from Breaking Bad, alongside Jonathan Banks as Mike Ehrmantraut and Giancarlo Esposito as Gus Fring. Joining them within the new cast includes Rhea Seehorn, Patrick Fabian, Michael Mando, Michael McKean, and Tony Dalton.

While these claims can somewhat be validated, it should also be noted that these shows also focus heavily on showcasing these characters’ evolve, with these other instances adding to these shows’ strong use of gritty realism.

With the news of the final season being much more focused on individual character development over flashy and shock-value elements, fans of the series can rest assured that even if they never see these characters in a future project, the series will do its best to give them a strong send-off. Furthermore, with the confirmed episode count of the season being only thirteen episodes, this revelation also allows the writers to narrow the scope of the overall storytelling, focusing on a more enclosed plot altogether. Either way, audiences will have to wait for the final season of Better Call Saul to premiere in mid-2022.

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The Bling Empire Season 2

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Almost 18 months after its premiere, Netflix docuseries Bling Empire Season 2 on the streaming service. With an emphasis on LA’s Asian and Asian-American elite, including heiress Anna Shay, business mogul Christine Chiu, and others, the first season of this docuseries provided an inside look at their opulent lifestyles and rich cultural traditions.

Season 2 adds even more glitz and a blossoming romance between two of the cast members. To learn more about Bling Empire’s cast of characters, continue reading.

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Dorothy Wang (who has already been discussed above) and Mimi Morris, a streamer famed for living the lavish life after her family fled Vietnam to escape the war, have both been revealed as new cast members.

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Bling Empire Season 2 Returning Cast Members Include:

  • Anna Shay
  • Kevin Kreider
  • Cherie Chan
  • Kim Lee
  • Gabriel Chiu
  • Kane Lim
  • Jessey Lee
  • Kelly Mi Li
  • Christine Chiu

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A few episodes have passed without Chèrie Chan and Jessey Lee making an appearance despite their announcements that they would be leaving the show earlier this year. However, there are two new cast members in Season 2.

A familiar face from the first two seasons of ERich !’s Kids of Beverly Hills, Dorothy Wang is back for a third season.

Mimi Morris, a well-known social media personality and philanthropist, will also be a part of the team. Bling Empire Season 2 premieres on May 13th, and with a new cast, you can expect more tense arguments, perfect style, and glimpses of Kreider’s abs.

Plot of Bling Empire season 2

Bling Empire chronicles the extravagant lifestyles of a group of Los Angeles-based millionaires. Behind all the sparkle and glamour of their ostentatious lifestyles, there is a constant stream of turmoil that is never-ending. While Chèrie Chan and Jessy Lee tied the knot, Kelly Mi Li and Andrew Gray split up during the first season. Because we’ll be catching up with the Bling Empire ensemble as they progress through the series, we can expect more explosive drama in season 2.

“Los Angeles’ favorite uber-rich Asians are back with even more luxury, beauty, and madness,” according to a Netflix blurb. Beverly Hills’ rivalling queens, Christine and Anna, put a fresh spin on social warfare this season as a romance between Kevin and Kim blooms, as does the bond between Cherie and Jessy, and as Kane and Kevin’s best buddy friendship is put to the test.

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Outlander season 5 Netflix release date confirmed

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Good news Outlander fans! After a long waiting period, Outlander season 5 is finally coming to Netflix U.S. this May! While the fifth season has been available in other countries for a while, U.S. fans have been forced to wait due to licensing deals between Netflix and Starz.

For those who have been patiently waiting for the fifth season to hit the streaming service, you won’t have to wait too much longer! The series is currently airing its sixth season on Starz with the finale slated for May 1.

Outlander season 6 is much shorter than previous seasons, with only eight episodes total due to production delays during the pandemic. But the popular historical time travel series based on Diana Gabaldon’s books has already been renewed for a seventh season which will be significantly longer at 16 episodes.

When is Outlander season 5 coming to Netflix?

Outlander season 5 will arrive in full on Tuesday, May 10, 2022, at 12:00 a.m. PT / 3:00 a.m. ET. All 12 episodes of the season will be available to watch at the same time.

Here is the list of episodes in order:

  • 5×01 – “The Fiery Cross”
  • 5×02 – “Between Two Fires”
  • 5×03 – “Free Will”
  • 5×04 – “The Company We Keep”
  • 5×05 – “Perpetual Adoration”
  • 5×06 – “Better to Marry Than Burn”
  • 5×07 – “The Ballad of Roger Mac”
  • 5×08 – “Famous Last Words”
  • 5×09 – “Monsters and Heroes”
  • 5×10 – “Mercy Shall Follow Me”
  • 5×11 – “Journeycake”
  • 5×12 – “Never My Love”

The fifth season stars Caitríona Balfe, Sam Heughan, Richard Rankin, Sophie Skelton, Maria Doyle Kennedy, Colin McFarlane, David Berry, Duncan Lacroix, Paul Gorman, Bronwyn James and Chris Donald.

When is Outlander season 6 coming to Netflix?

Since seasons have to air on Starz first and then there is an exclusive period in which the show remains on the Starz service, the sixth season will not be on Netflix U.S. until next year, probably around April or May 2023.

For now, if you’re dying to watch the latest season, you’d be better off watching all five seasons available on Netflix (once the fifth season arrives on May 10) and then signing up for a month of Starz to watch season 6 before the seventh season arrives.

Stream Outlander seasons 1-4 on Netflix right now. 

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*Updated April 12, 2022* 

Best Netflix shows: Elite

Seasons: 5

Created by Carlos Montero and Darío Madrona

Starring Itzan Escamilla, Omar Ayuso, Miguel Bernardeau, Claudia Salas, Georgina Amorós, Carla Díaz, Martina Cariddi, Ester Expósito, Danna Paola, and more

If you’re a fan of teen dramas, look no further than Elite. The Spanish-language series debuted on Netflix in 2018 and has been a major hit for the streamer since. The show includes so many twists and turns, your head will hurt trying to figure out all the mysteries each season brings.

Elite follows students as Las Encinas, a wealthy school in Spain where popularity and class is everything. Season 1 sees middle-class students enroll at Las Encinas on scholarship after their school collapsed, and let’s just say they’re not exactly welcomed by the elite. This show is all about betrayal, romances, and even murders. There’s never a dull moment!

Elite season 5 just premiered on Netflix on April 8, 2022. It was another crazy installment which saw viewers having to figure out yet another murder mystery. If you love this show, we have good news because Elite season 6 is in the works.

We definitely recommend Elite if you’re looking for something juicy!

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2 Netflix shows you can binge in a single weekend

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We’re approaching the weekend and you’re probably looking for something to watch on Netflix. There are so many good Netflix shows to choose from, but sometimes you’re looking for something quick and easy to watch. Fortunately, our favorite streamer has some shows that you can binge-watch in a single weekend. To make it easy for you, we’ve shared five good Netflix shows that you can easily speed through and be done with by the start of a new week.

A show doesn’t have to necessarily have short seasons and/or short episodes in order for it to be a quick watch, though it does help. It all really comes down to if a show is entertaining to you. Some shows could consist of three seasons with eight episodes in each season and runtimes of an hour each. But people are still able to finish the entire series by Monday. If a show is worth binge-watching, you can make the seemingly impossible possible.

Without further ado, here’s our list of five Netflix shows you can binge-watch in a single weekend!

Netflix shows you can binge in a single weekend

Our list consists of a little bit of everything. But I will say most of the shows are of the comedy genre. I mean, comedy series is one of the easiest types of shows to binge. You’ll be laughing your way through the episodes and reach the final episode before you know it.

Heartstopper

Heartstopper is arguably one of the best teen series streaming on Netflix right now. The first season dropped on the streamer on April 22, and viewers all across the world have only had positive things to say about the show. The story follows two teen boys (Joe Locke and Kit Connor) who meet at secondary school, quickly become friends, and eventually fall in love. There are eight episodes in the first season, with runtimes ranging from 26-33 minutes long. It’s a quick and fun watch. We highly recommend you give Heartstopper a watch when you get the chance!

I Am Not Okay with This

I Am Not Okay with This has got to be the easiest show to binge on this list. It’s a black comedy series about a young teen named Syd, who deals with normal teenage problems like friendships and first love, while also dealing with new budding superpowers. The show was originally renewed for a second season but ended up being canceled due to the pandemic. Even though I Am Not Okay with This was canceled, I still recommend giving the show a watch. The unique plot and wonderful performances by the cast are just two reasons why you should stream the show. The first season consists of seven episodes with runtimes less than 30 minutes.

 

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