Rhea Seehorn is opening up about a possible spinoff or revival of Better Call Saul one day.
Ahead of the strike, the 51-year-old actress spoke to The Hollywood Reporter in support of the now-delayed Emmys, and shared that she has a lot of hope that the Better Call Saul characters will return one day.
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“I don’t think that I will ever forget her,” Rhea shared about her role of Kim Wexler. “I hope one day there’s an occasion to revisit these characters.”
Rhea went on, saying that “getting to play one character over the course of seven years, and the massive allowance of evolving and subtext and growth that they allowed us to play — she feels very three-dimensional as a human to me.”
“There are parts of her that, as an actor and as a human, I am still trying to learn from, but I’m not fully successful. I don’t have a poker face like she does. I would like to not nervously fill silences,” she added. “It was very meaningful to me to meet fans that Kim meant so much to and for me to realize [the viewers] are often her greatest confidants in scenes, because she doesn’t let other people in the room know what she’s thinking.”
This is the final year that Better Call Saul can be nominated for an Emmy.
Here are all the details about why the Emmys have been delayed.