Better call Saul finale
Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould talk Better Call Saul finaleAMC

With just two episodes to go for the finale, the stakes are high for Breaking Bad's spinoff series Better Call Saul.

In an interview with HitFix, Peter Gould and Vince Gilligan the showrunners of Better Call Saul, tease the series finale.

Peter Gould said that the characters' evolution in the series brought some developments that even they did not foresee.

He said, "I will say what happens in the rest of the show surprised us. These characters went in directions we weren't expecting. The cast added such layers to these folks. This is the glory of television. We watched what the actors were doing as we shot the first few, and realized that some of our ideas of who these people were could be developed more."

Gould added, "What happens in the last few episodes is there's some twists and turns, but it all grew out of our observations of who these characters are and what they're feeling. That's the best thing I could say. But I would say the last two episodes especially surprised us completely."

What makes the show even more amazing is Mike Ehrmantraut, played by Jonathan Banks. Vince Gilligan said that the show could use more of Mike, and the fans can expect to see a lot more of him.

Gilligan said, "Mike Ehrmantraut is an important part of the show and will continue to be an important part of the show, and may become more central and integral than he is in season 1."

He added, "But having said that, that (episode 6) was a different kind of an episode, for sure, and it's one we are enormously proud of. I predict right now: Jonathan Banks is going to win the Emmy for that one, I'm willing to bet. And if he doesn't, it will be a crime."

The show's episode 9 titled Pimento will air on 30 March and will feature some interesting scenes between Jimmy McGill aka Saul Goodman and Mike Ehrmantraut.

As per the official synopsis of the AMC series, "Chuck wants Jimmy to accept a harsh truth, while Mike's ability to complete a job is questioned."