Vince Gilligan, creator of the successful universe of breakingbad, will create a series for Apple TV+ that will feature the participation of Rhea Seehorn, an actress best known for her endearing role as Kim Wexler in Better Call Saul.
The series does not have a confirmed title yet, but it has been described as a well-grounded and diverse drama, as well as being compared to The Twilight Zone. The series is expected to continue Gilligan’s signature tone of blending drama with comedy.
Apple TV+ has announced a two-season deal. Gilligan will executive produce. As reported dead linethe series from the creator of breaking bad It generated a lot of expectation among platforms and television networks and received several proposals.
Rhea Seehorn was nominated for a Emmy Award for her work in Better Call Saul as Kim Wexler, however, in one of the big disappointments of the ceremony, the series walked away empty-handed after being nominated a total of 46 times. The category of Best Supporting Actress in a dramatic series went to Julia Garner, from Ozarks, for the third time. Lead man Bob Odenkirk also didn’t win an Emmy for his role as Saul Goodman/Jimmy McGill. However, the last six episodes of the series are eligible for next year’s ceremony.
Seehorn has been part of other series like veep either Things Heard and Seen. The actress expressed her excitement at the news of the next series in which she will once again team up with Gilligan.
I am OVER THE MOON excited about this!!!!
Words cannot express.
My heart is exploding! https://t.co/rnqGSO1AvU
— Rhea Seehorn (@rheaseehorn) September 22, 2022