Better Call Saul spoilers follow.
Better Call Saul fans had better gear themselves up for a “devastating” final season, star Rhea Seehorn has warned.
The actor, who plays lawyer Kim Wexler, had already revealed that the sixth outing – which is currently filming – will be split into two halves. More recently, she took to Twitter to respond to a follower who asked her to describe the eagerly anticipated chapter in one word.
“Devastating,” Seehorn wrote succinctly in a quote tweet reply, prompting someone else to write back: “I don’t think I’m prepared for this.”
“I wasn’t,” she admitted.
Part-prequel to the hugely popular Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul centres on Jimmy McGill, the crooked lawyer who went on to be known as Saul Goodman. Season five saw Kim align herself with Jimmy in his quest to take down Howard Hamlin (Patrick Fabian), and the beginnings of a war between Gus Fring (Giancarlo Esposito) and Lalo Salamanca (Tony Dalton).
As Kim doesn’t appear in the original series, viewers have long speculated as to what’s going to happen to Jimmy’s colleague-turned-wife in the last few episodes of the spin-off.
Last year, Digital Spy ran a poll among readers asking our readers to vote for the most likely outcome, with 64% of 1,805 voters suggesting that she’ll probably wind up dead. Oh boy.
Opening up about the final season back in June, Saul Goodman actor Bob Odenkirk confessed to having “very mixed feelings” about the show coming to an end.
“I don’t think you can watch the show, and I can’t play this guy, without growing to want him to succeed, and liking him, and wanting to be a better version of himself, is really what I want,” he told us, while promoting action-thriller Nobody. “I’m not sure that’s where he’ll end up, though.
“I do like him. I think he’s got some good skills. He just doesn’t know where to put them. But also, I’ll be happy to move onto other characters, because I have played him a long time.”
Better Call Saul airs on AMC in the US, and Netflix in the UK.
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