Rhea Seehorn

Better Call Saul fans theorize about Kim Wexler's character

After the Netflix series aired the last episode of season 5, fans of actress Rhea Seehorn, who plays Kim Wexler on the show speculated about the character's connection to TNT series Franklin & Bash. Read about all the fan theories below.

  • Better Call Saul is the prequel to popular series Breaking Bad.
  • The show's creators Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould admit they never expected Seehorn's role to become such a loved character.
  • Fans were worried Kim Wexler could have a fatal ending but after the season's final episode they started theorizing about her connection with the character she played in Franklin & Bash, Ellen Swatello.
  • Check out what the actress has to say about the theory!

Season 5 of Better Call Saul ends with Kim's master scheme to ruin Howard Hamlin's career. This might be going too far, even for Jimmy. However, Kim is confident they can pull it off. If this move goes down during the next and final season Kim could also be putting her career in jeopardy, thus making her flee Albuquerque, move to Los Angeles and change her name to Ellen Swatello, the District Attorney she portrayed on TNT series Franklin & Bash.

The comedy-drama series ran from 2011 to 2014

Before starring on Netflix's show, Seehorn had a small role in the 2011 series Franklin & Bash. She appeared on 11 episodes. Given that Better Call Saul is set in the 2000s fans say the timeline coincides. Wexler ditches Jimmy and moves to L.A. under a new name. What do you think? Seehorn thinks it's hysterical! “I was not aware of that [fan theory]. That’s hysterical.”

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