Bad news for Better Call Saul fans and Bob odenkirk. The actor had to be rushed to hospital after having collapsed while filming the final season of the Breaking Bad spin-off.

As collected TMZ, several production sources told the media that the cast of the Better Call Saul series I was filming in New Mexico last Tuesday when the incident occurred. During filming, Odenkirk fell suddenly and was immediately surrounded by crew members who immediately called an ambulance. At the moment the interpreter is still hospitalized.

Very popular in the United States, the comedian and actor Bob Odenkirk became especially notorious internationally for his role as Saul goodman in Breaking Bad, for which he received the Screen Actors Guild award in 2013.

In 2015 the creator of Breaking Bad Vince gilligan kicked off Better Call Saul as a prequel series that chronicles the events leading up to the original series and tells the story of how Jimmy McGill he ended up being the Saul Goodman we met on Breaking Bad.

Recently, Odenkirk advanced several details about this final season, stating that the final season of Better Call Saul will show Breaking Bad events from another perspective and that it will have an “intense” outcome, leaving fans wanting to see how it will conclude. prequel to Breaking Bad.

After several stoppages due to the Coronavirus, the filming of the Better Call Saul final season has had to be postponed once again because of the unfortunate incident suffered by actor Bob Odenkirk, whose premiere has not yet had a fixed date.

From Hobby Consolas we want to wish Bob odenkirk his speedy recovery and we hope this incident remains a scare.