‘Better Call Saul’ Season 3 Air Date, Updates & Spoilers: Chuck McGill Pushes Jimmy’s Transformation Into Breaking Bad’s Saul Goodman

By Maria Alamban - 30 Sep '16 03:19AM

The character of actor Michael McKean in the acclaimed television series and "Breaking Bad" spin-off prequel is reported to have a critical role in "Better Caul Saul" Season 3. Charles "Chuck" McGill is reported to push Jimmy McGill into becoming Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk). 

This is in contradiction to an earlier spoiler released by News Every Day where it was noted that "Breaking Bad" tycoon Gustavo 'Gus' Fring will be the key person to make Saul's transformation happen. Very recent spoilers reveal that it will be, in fact, his brother "Chuck" who will start the fire.

Master Herald disclosed this prediction pertaining to the show's developments which will possibly take place in "Better Call Saul" Season 3. The report noted that Chuck was never a good epitome of a brother to Jimmy. Chuck's attitude spurted out back when he was still a child.

Because of his jealousy against his brother Jimmy, Chuck always try to do things that will make Jimmy look bad. Fans will see more of Chuck and Jimmy's bouts in the upcoming "Better Call Saul" Season 3.

Meanwhile, Christian Daily still holds the same prediction for "Better Call Saul" Season 3. The report emphasizes that Gus will bring out the real, "Breaking Bad" Saul. It also quotes Executive Producer Vince Gilligan's words saying, "We've got some very [smart fans, who deduced that an anagram of the first letter of this season's episode titles spells 'Fring's Back.'"

This popular "Breaking Bad" spin-off prequel is centered to Jimmy McGill's transformation into Saul Goodman. Jimmy started out as a low-profile lawyer which was depicted in "Better Call Saul" earlier seasons. It is still a question, though, if the high-profile criminal lawyer Saul Goodman will finally come out in "Better Call Saul" Season 3. For now, AMC has not yet announced the final date of release for "Better Call Saul" however, it Is expected to be out by 2017.

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