Many fans are thrilled for the upcoming return of the popular American television drama series. Though this is said to be the show's last and final installment, spoilers suggested that there are a lot of reasons why viewers should watch the imminent new installment. A lot of details about Better Call Saul Season 5 have surfaced online, but avid followers of the AMC series continue to share their theories and predictions about the future of its lead characters.
Not long ago, series main cast Rhea Seehorn revealed that AMC had banned her from doing the usual stuff she did in the past installment. The 47-year-old American actress, who plays the role of Kim Wexler, stated that she is not allowed to speak about her character's hair before Better Call Saul Season 5 officially airs. This, according to reports, is the network's tactic to avoid detail leakage of the upcoming new batch of episodes.
"I am not allowed to talk about hair. We're not allowed to do any photos. I feel bad - we run into fans when we're shooting but we can't be photographed in costume at all," Rhea Seehorn divulged to Cinema Blend in an exclusive talk. "But it's funny that now, because of the ponytail, people will clock what's going on if I were to post a photo of my hairdo. I can tell you that a lot of decision-making goes into my hairdo," the Better Call Saul Season 5 star went on.
Though she was told not to give any amount of information about the forthcoming new season, Rhea Seehorn said that the scripts "surprised" her since all characters are constantly evolving. She even claimed that the storyline "continue to be page-turners" and "nail-biters." This, then, sparked speculations that Kim Wexler is set to witness some major drama in the imminent Better Call Saul Season 5.
Other spoilers suggested that the relationship of Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk) and Kim Wexler is likely to end in Better Call Saul Season 5 since the former would be living a new life as Saul Goodman. As a matter of fact, showrunner Peter Gould, previously, told The Hollywood Reporter that not splitting with Jimmy (or Saul) is going to be Kim's worse nightmare. While he loves seeing them together, the American television writer-director-producer said he is worried about Kim.
"You can feel how important Jimmy is to her, what a problem solver she is and how good she is at saving people, and it just feels like this may be ... a very bad spot for her," Peter told the publication about the imminent new installment, which is expected to air in 2020. Stay tuned to Business Times for more Better Call Saul Season 5 spoilers, predictions, theories, news, and updates!