As the days go by, little details about the coming Better call saul” Season 4 are emerging. In fact, it is now being teased that the much-awaited transformation of Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk) to become the known Breaking Bad character, Saul Goodman, will now finally happen.

In the previous season, McGill is gradually adopting the criminal lawyer’s persona with all the things happening to him. Also, the spinoff series is now moving closer to the time its original series began. In an interview with the Wrap, the television show’s lead star, Odenkirk, talked about the series’ future.

The much-awaited transformation

“It’s nothing but exciting to me to be getting closer to the ‘Breaking Bad’ time frame,” Bob Odenkirk told the Wrap about the coming “Better Call Saul” Season 4.

The 54-year-old star admitted that it makes him happy to see Saul Goodman and Gus Fring’s (Giancarlo Esposito) return. However, he can’t deny that he somehow fears that the television show’s story will be overshadowed by the “BraBa” universe’s supremacy and the strength of its fans’ love for it. “That’s a risk we should take,” he said.

Bob Odenkirk promised that setting up Jimmy McGill will definitely pay off. He revealed that there’s a man behind his character’s transformation, thus McGill is going to take his vengeance to the world that he believes he has been wronged by.

Compared to what fans used to saw in the original series, viewers are about to see a different kind of Goodman in the sequel’s new installment. “There’s a part of him that has a conscience, and he’s going to feel bad,” the comedian explained.

McKean and Jimmy’s exit

Moreover, the third season of “Better Call Saul” featured a lot of changes and the most notable of them all is the death of Chuck McGill (Michael McKean).

In a different interview with the Hollywood Reporter, Bob Odenkirk, who is once again nominated for Best Drama Actor at the coming Emmy Award, talked about his on-screen brother’s exit.

The writer-director admitted that working with the 69-year-old actor makes him a better star. “It centers you and it challenges you,” he disclosed.

As McKean is now gone in the television show, he now has to make himself used that he is not working with him anymore.

As he is now about to become Saul Goodman, Bob Odenkirk confessed that it somehow makes him sad that Jimmy McGill will be now gone. He confessed that he doesn’t personally like his “Breaking Bad” persona, but now he has to say goodbye to the series’ first story that they used to tell.