AMC+ shared the trailer of "Better Call Saul" Season 6 Thursday, which showed lawyer Jimmy McGill transitioning into Saul Goodman.

Saul Goodman (played by 59-year-old Bob Odenkirk) was first introduced in the series "Breaking Bad" in 2008. Goodman's real name is Jimmy McGill, which was popularly used in the prequel "Better Call Saul."

In the newly released trailer, McGill can be seen taking the final step toward becoming Goodman. While the first five seasons showed the light-hearted character of McGill, the final season will focus on his transition to the sleazy legal defender Goodman.

"Who's here to see Saul Goodman?" AMC+ wrote on Twitter while releasing the trailer. "The final season of #BetterCallSaul premieres April 18 on AMC and AMC+."

However, the video was available only to certain regions. Many users took to Twitter to complain it wasn't visible in their country.

Odenkirk later shared the trailer's YouTube link for the fans in a separate tweet.

In the one-minute, 50-second trailer, a new character can be seen walking alongside antagonist Lalo Salamanca (played by Tony Dalton). Howard Hamlin (played by Patrick Fabian) is planning something against McGill to stop him from practicing law forever.

Fans were excited after watching the trailer.

"Better Call Saul is an actual masterpiece. I cannot wait to see how it all ends," one person wrote, while another commented, "Can't believe there is still more breaking bad content coming out in 2022, a privilege we won't have for much longer."

"My hype for s6 was already immeasurable but this looks even better than what I expected somehow," a user wrote. "Definitely looks like it's shaping up to be one of the best final seasons of television ever."

The trailer also featured Gus Fringe (played by Giancarlo Esposito), Nacho Varga (played by Michael Mando) and Kim Wexler (played by Rhea Seehorn).

Odenkirk announced the compilation of the filming last month by sharing a photo from its location in the mountains of Albuquerque, New Mexico.

"Better Call Saul" Season 6 will release on AMC+ and AMC Network on April 18. It will have 13 episodes.

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"Better Call Saul" Season 5 will premiere on Feb. 23. Better Call Saul/Facebook