A new trailer for the continuing to be episodes of Better Call Saul season 6 teases that Jimmy will rejoin with Kim in the Nebraska timeline. First broadcasting in 2015, Better Call Saul acts as an offshoot from the extremely acclaimed Breaking Bad, chronicling the beginning story of base criminal lawyer Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk), aka Jimmy McGill. The collection has been a big hit with both critics and target markets and also is presently in the midst of airing its two-part 6th and final season on AMC.
Told mostly as an innovator to Breaking Bad and taking area primarily in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Better Call Saul likewise includes a number of flash-forwards to Jimmy’s time in Nebraska. The flash-forwards are in white as well as black as well as see Jimmy functioning as a supervisor at a Cinnabon under the pen names of “Gene Takovic.” It’s not been explicitly mentioned when the flash-forwards happen in the larger Breaking Bad timeline and, so far, no other personalities from Better Call Saul have actually been present, including Rhea Seehorn’s cherished Kim Wexler, a fellow attorney who just recently married Jimmy.
In a new trailer for the final episodes of Better Call Saul from AMC, it’s teased that Jimmy’s scenes in the future could ultimately see him reunited with Kim. The trailer additionally teases that Jimmy’s fake identity might not be maintaining him safe for much longer, with a voice claiming, “I know that you are.
Unlike a number of various other characters in the program, Seehorn’s Kim does not appear in Breaking Bad, creating several to stress that she won’t make it through Better Call Saul alive. She isn’t stated in the trailer, Jimmy would likely need a strong factor to return to Albuquerque as well as risk his identity.
After Nacho’s (Michael Mando) fatality earlier in season 6 strengthened the believing that Better Call Saul characters who don’t appear in Breaking Bad could be in for a shocking end, many have understandably been worried for Kim’s safety. When audiences meet Saul in Breaking Bad, it’s clear that he and also Kim have split ways, but it’s completely feasible that Jimmy tries to rejoin with his previous better half in the future, after the events of the show. With the remaining episodes of the program promising the return of Walter White (Bryan Cranston) and Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul), along with the resolution of Kim and Jimmy’s story, Better Call Saul season 6 can drop as one of the program’s best.