Better call saul” Season 3 officially ended last Monday with a major cliffhanger. Chuck McGill (Michael McKenna) committed suicide by intentionally burning his house after shutting off all his electronic stuff and pulled out the wirings from the wall. This might be a sign of his electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS) disease.

In the previous season’s final episode, “Lantern,” the older lawyer had officially cut ties with his younger brother Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk) after the symptoms of his disease were once again budding. With the unexpected death, there was no way that the siblings would be having a closure or even reconciliation.

Hence, this would definitely pave a way for him to become Saul Goodman from “Breaking Bad.” Now, fans are all waiting what is going to happen next in “Better Call Saul” Season 4.

Chuck McGill’s fitting demise

There is no official announcement yet about the “Breaking Bad” spin-off’s renewal. However, its creators, Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould, strongly believed that there will be “Better Call Saul” Season 4.

In an interview with the Hollywood Reporter, the two executive producers talked about the show’s season finale and the coming of the new chapter. They promised that the recent finale episode is not a cliffhanger. With that, it seems they are confirming Chuck is already dead. Peter Gould explained that they always think of the consequences if they are going to trick and hide things to fool their viewers.

Although they admitted that they haven’t started writing about the show’s fourth season, they said the lawyer’s demise is needed to connect the events of “Better Call Saul” to “Breaking Bad.” In fact, he added that the two television series are now getting pretty connected and the season finale seems “a fitting end.” “Not a good ending or a happy ending, but fitting,” Peter Gould continued.

This, too, has a connection to Jimmy McGill’s transformation as Saul Goodman.

The coming of Saul Goodman

It has been known that Jimmy McGill is going to be “morally calcified” and a very “unpleasant individual.” Hence, Peter Gould and Vince Gilligan have to show how the good lawyer turned into a bad one.

Now that it seems Jimmy McGill’s career is over, it looks like he is about to transform as Saul Goodman anytime.

In fact, there was this scene in "Better Call Saul" where he told Kim Wexler (Rhea Seeron) that he would need a whole new business model when he had his license back after they had closed their office.