• "Better Call Saul" Season 6 will complete Jimmy's transformation
  • Kim may die because of her actions
  • The show will be released in 2021

“Better Call Saul” Season 6 will complete Jimmy’s (Bob Odenkirk) transformation and end the spin-off series. A new theory looks at some of the storylines the fans can expect on the show next year.

The spin-off is reaching the timeline of the main “Braking Bad” series, but it is still anybody’s guess how the story will end. According to a theory by Screen Rant, there are some hints on the show that have teased where the story is heading.

One major character who only appears in the spin-off and not in the main series is Kim Wexler (Rhea Seehorn). The character was last seen hinting at a dark path for her, which could lead to her getting arrested, getting divorced, or even dying.

If Kim goes to prison or if she is forced to part ways from Jimmy it can still be considered a good way to end things for the criminal lawyer. However, her death will be an emotional and tragic ending. Odenkirk previously told Entertainment Weekly that Kim has been setup to become “duplicitous and maybe even evil,” and that will have consequences.

Since “Better Call Saul” Season 6 is supposed to connect to “Breaking Bad,” it could show Jimmy opening up his new office and shooting new commercials to promote his practice. This is how the character was introduced in the main series, so it would be a logical way to end things.

The spin-off series has also been exploring Jimmy’s life after the events in “Braking Bad,” in which he is seen to be working in a menial job. The TV series could show how things end for the lawyer in the future timeline.

Two other characters who are significant are Nacho (Michael Mando) and Lalo Salamanca (Tony Dalton). The show could end with Nacho redeeming himself, especially in the eyes of his father, and Lalo managing to get his revenge. Gus (Giancarlo Esposito) on the other hand needs to be setup as the future villain who will have his massive drug lab ready.

Another storyline the TV series needs to explore is that of Krazy-8 (Max Arciniega), Screen Rant reported. The character was an informant for the DEA in “Braking Bad,” but the spin-off shows him as a double agent working for Lalo.

“Better Call Saul” Season 6 will be released in 2021.

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