Bob Odenkirk transported to hospital after collapsing on Better Call Saul set

Bob Odenkirk was transported to the hospital on Tuesday after falling on set while filming Better Call Saul for AMC.

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According to Variety, Bob Odenkirk was transported to the hospital on Tuesday after falling on set while filming Better Call Saul for AMC. The sixth and final season of the Breaking Bad spin-off programme is currently in production, and Odenkirk is starring in it. As per Variety, Odenkirk fell while filming on the show’s set in New Mexico and was brought to the hospital shortly after. The actor is currently receiving medical treatment, according to reports, and the cause of his breakdown has yet to be revealed.

Odenkirk, portrays Saul Goodman, a scam lawyer first, featured in Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul’s hit drama Breaking Bad. Bob has built a big fan base for his role on the spin-off series Better Call Saul, and his acting abilities in the same have garnered him four Golden Globe awards for Best Actor in a Tv Series Drama and four Emmy nominees for Best Lead Outstanding performance.

Odenkirk is now working up the show’s final season, which will allegedly consist of thirteen episodes. The show’s sixth and final season is set to premiere in early 2022. The show’s fifth season premiered in February 2020.

Bob’s health status following his hospitalisation is still unknown. Meanwhile, Odenkirk’s fans and friends have been sending him good words on social media, wishing him a swift recovery.