Better Call Saul is nearing an end, but one major question surrounding the show remains: will Kim Wexler die?
The character, played by Rhea Seehorn, has appeared in all but one episode through season 6's "Plan and Execution."
Kim instantly emerged as a dynamic figure closely aligned with Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk), the star of the Breaking Bad prequel series.
Jimmy's background as a con artist might have been a well-known fact through his role as Saul Goodman in Vince Gilligan's award
When Kim first appeared in Better Call Saul, she was a colleague of Jimmy's who seemed to play by the book, siding with ethics and the right side of the law.
However, the more time she spent with Jimmy, the more her true self has emerged. In time, she has realized that she would have to play dirty to get what she truly wants in life,
even if that means bending the rules or breaking them completely. Based on flashbacks depicting a young Kim shoplifting, it's as if a dark side of her was dormant until following in Jimmy's footsteps.
There's an ongoing worry surrounding Kim Wexler's fate in the second half of Better Call Saul season 6, and those fears are warranted based on various clues and evidence.