Fans are now waiting for the continuation of Better call saulSeason 4 after the assumed tragic death of Chuck McGill (Michael McKean) in the previous season finale. Viewers believe that this will pave the way for Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk) to become the “Breaking Bad” criminal lawyer Saul Goodman.

However, the transformation won't come easy for the former principal attorney of Saul Goodman & Associates as there will be a heartbreaking reason behind it. In an interview with Gothamist, the 54-year-old actor talked about his character's future, what's going to happen next in the new season, and its possible ending.

Jimmy’s guilt and anger

Evidently, the third chapter is incredibly darker compared to its predecessors. The assumed death of his brother will gradually take Jimmy McGill to become Saul Goodman in “Better Call Saul” Season 4.

The criminal lawyer that everybody loved to hate in “Breaking Bad” was deeply affected by the actions of Chuck. Now that Chuck is believed to have gone, the big question is, how will he handle the situation in the forthcoming season?

Bob Odenkirk believed that the future of the show’s new chapter lies in the hands of its writers. However, he personally thinks that his character will definitely feel the guilt because of what happened to Chuck. Even though the tragedy seems like a suicide, he still feels that Jimmy is the reason why he wanted to take his own life.

“I made that happen because I disappointed him so much,” he told Gothamist.

Although that’s the case, he still feels angry for his brother's inability to accept him for who he is. Jimmy tried to reach out a number of times, but he always pushed him away. Hence, although he is still being hurt and guilty of what happened, he has to build a wall to keep himself away from others to become Saul Goodman.

But, he will do his best to stay connected to Kim Wexler (Rhea Seehorn). As he tries to win her respect and affection, he has to forget his feelings to become the famous criminal lawyer.

The show’s coming to an end

Moreover, Bob Odenkirk was also questioned if the death of Chuck will be the breaking or middle point of “Better Call Saul” Season 4.

“No, I would say the three-quarter point,” the comedian said. He explained that it is not yet the end of the television series, but it is somehow close. “He's pretty far along,” he added. Once Jimmy has started to compromise in very “fundamental and mean-spirited way,” there will be a big difference happening. This, too, counts if he will be conscious of the choices he is going to make.