Better Call Saul Star in Vince Gilligan’s New Paranormal Drama, Premiering on Apple TV
Kim will take part in Vince’s upcoming journey.
Apple TV+ has acquired the rights to creator Vince Gilligan’s upcoming TV series and given it a two-season straight-to-series order in the wake of the success of Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul. Furthermore, Rhea Seehorn from Saul will play the lead role in Gilligan’s upcoming programme.
According to Deadline, Gilligan’s upcoming programme would be a “blended, grounded genre drama,” which has been compared to The Twilight Zone more than his Southwest crime dramas.
The lead in Gilligan’s untitled series has been cast as Seehorn, who originated the role of attorney Kim Wexler in Better Call Saul. The show’s showrunner and executive producer roles will both be filled by Gilligan.
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According to Deadline, 8–9 networks were waiting in line to hear the pitch for Gilligan’s follow-up to Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul. Although Gilligan did not provide any facts about the project, the series is expected to have a large budget and “strong genre aspects.”
But he did say that Seehorn will portray a conventional hero. “After creating antiheroes for 15 years, I decided it was time to take a vacation. And who is more courageous than Rhea Seehorn? says Gilligan. “I feel fortunate to get to work on it with her; it’s about time she had her own programme.”
For her performance of Kim Wexler in Better Call Saul, Seehorn received an Emmy nomination. Wexler is a renowned attorney who eventually becomes involved with Jimmy McGill/Saul Goodman, changing both of their lives irrevocably.
Our assessment of the Better Call Saul season finale will reveal her destiny on the programme. There were no other announcements made on the premise or air date of Gilligan’s show.