Rhea Seehorn Calls Better Call Saul Rewarding

Actress Rhea Seehorn, who is known for her role in the popular show Better Call Saul, has admitted that working on it has been a reqarding experience and has helped her grow as an artiste.

"It's as rich and rewarding as you might think. Every writer, every cast member, make-up, hair, costumes, props, the camera, electric, sound, production design, stunt people, post, producers, everyone on this show has made me a better actor," Seehorn revealed.

"And everyone on this show has one unified goal -- tell the very best story we can," she added.

The 46-year-old can be seen playing the role of Kim Wexler in the show, which airs in India on Colors Infinity channel. The show owes a lot of its success to its predecessor, Breaking Bad, which Better Call Saul is the spin-off of. The story follows an ex-con-man who turns into a small-time lawyer called James “Jimmy” Morgan McGill and kicks off around 6 years before the events of Breaking Bad take place. It shows the Jimmy’s transition into the smooth criminal-for-hire Saul Goodman. Discussing the show further, Seahorn continued, “I think with show runners like Peter Gould and Vince Gilligan, as well as the incredible roster of writers they assembled, we knew we'd be starting with a pretty incredible architecture, in the script, to begin with.

"Building on a foundation like that is a gift, for every artiste that works on the show. That being said, I do think the show had to use the first season to find out exactly what it was, in tone, in comparison and in contrast to 'Breaking Bad', as well as fine tuning the types of stories they would be telling, and characters they'd be building.

"It feels like every season, the show can take even more risks with where it can go, and how much it can play with complexity and subtlety, because we know our audience is with us. Our fans are so very smart."

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