Bad news for "Better Call Saul" fans: The fifth season of the Emmy-nominated series isn't happening any time soon.

Sarah Barnett, president of the entertainment networks group at AMC Networks, told Vulture it won't be back until 2020.

That's because series creator Vince Gilligan is currently working on the "Breaking Bad" movie.

As for how many more seasons we can expect of "Better Call Saul," at some point, it's going to run into the events of "Breaking Bad."

"We know clearly the end was already written before the beginning began,' Barnett said. "The writers, they have a very particular, very clear sense of the arc of their show."

So, how many more seasons before it all ends? Barnett would only say, "We’re certainly getting closer to it."

In the meantime, lead Bob Odenkirk has starred in CBS All Access series "No Activity," played the president in the upcoming comedy "Long Shot," and wrapped a role in Greta Gerwig's "Little Women."

[Via Vulture]