Better Call Saul Season 6: Kim is NOT Dying in the Finale, Bob Odenkirk Confirms

The better call is heaven for who’s who are interested in law, well, why it couldn’t be? It is one of the most thrilling and striving shows who enjoys crime-based drama.

It doesn’t only revolve around crime but how it is been proven in court, I must say it is going to take over the world of series on Netflix given the current ratings and lots of love from its audience it has come again with a blockbuster season and it heads to its sixth season finale, we all can’t help but wonder how Kim is going to be dead?

We all are curious, aren’t we?

So let me tell you all about it, but don’t forget to read the article till the end.

WHAT’S GOING TO HAPPEN WITH KIM? IS HE GOING TO DIE? IF YES, THEN HOW 

according to the resources, the production house has confirmed the fan’s favorite protagonist isn’t going to die.

Well, you all must be wondering? Who has confirmed that well it is none other than Bob Odenkirk?

REVEALED IN A HOLLYWOOD INTERVIEW.

According to the resources based on the Hollywood interview, he said that he thinks she is not going to die, and why would she.

She is believed to be she’s in Albuquerque, and she will keep going to the court and would she gonna cross paths.

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According to him, he is someone who is behind the famous success of billboards all over the world and he doesn’t believe in any of this fan’s theory for sure.

Many people have expected a different plot and if Kim is dead? Then what’s going to happen with him? If he isn’t the best plot then fans didn’t know what will.

Better Call Saul Season 6

As the last season is all over the corner, Ben merely believes that Vince and Peter are definitely will refuse to argue and present themselves in court.

He further says I don’t think that’s where he’ll end up but I think people sometimes do make a better choice based on experiences that they’ve had. But I don’t think they agree with that theory.

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