Warning: This post contains spoilers from Monday’s Better Call Saul series finale.
The Better Call Saul series finale might be the last time we see Jimmy McGill and Kim Wexler — but Rhea Seehorn doesn’t think it’s the last time they’ll see each other.
The Emmy-nominated costar of the AMC drama, which wrapped up its six-season run on Monday (read our full recap here), sees a future for Saul‘s central couple, even though Jimmy is serving an 86-year sentence in federal prison after coming clean about his role in building Walter White’s drug empire. “I personally am a hopeless romantic,” Seehorn told reporters during a virtual press conference for Saul‘s final episode. “So I think they continue to see each other, and that there is still a bond there, and that maybe she tries to legally figure out a way to reduce his sentence. But in a just way! Not a scamming way.”
Read on to see what other revelations Seehorn, star Bob Odenkirk and executive producer Peter Gould spilled about making the series finale: