'Better Call Saul' Season 3 Spoilers, Updates: Show To Merge With 'Breaking Bad' Soon? Check Out Some Leaked Photos & First Look
"Better Call Saul" Season 3 is slated to air in 2017 at Spring time, Showrunners Peter Gould and Vince Gilligan confirmed. While this is already soon for fans who have waited to learn more about the show's interestingly intertwined connection with "Breaking Bad", actor Bob Odenkirk even made the wait a little bit more exciting.
"Better Call Saul" has successfully made fans happy with several "Breaking Bad" character crossovers in the previous two seasons. Surely though, they want more. Earlier spoilers revealed that either of the three "Breaking Bad" stars Gustavo "Gus" Fring, Chuck McGill, and Mike Ehrmantraut might have the key to turn Jimmy McGill into the Saul Goodman that fans wanted to see.
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While the two shows have the same characters, "Better Call Saul" and "Breaking Bad" were able to stand on their own individually. Thus, critics say it will be a fantastic surge for both separate series to at least show fans one season of being amazingly interconnected. Even actor Bob Odenkirk teased how the turn of events made Jimmy McGill turned his back on his good, old ways by saying that "Innocence gets Torn Away". Odenkirk's statement gave away so much about "Better Call Saul" storyline that will surface in the show's upcoming third installment.
In "Better Call Saul" Season 2, Jimmy McGill was betrayed and was pushed to his limits pertaining to Mesa Verde's case. Because of this, spoilers all over the web predict that fans will finally learn about how the transition went, from the goody Jimmy McGill into the confident, unbeatable Saul Goodman.
Creators of the show are now setting Bryan Cranston's schedule so he can direct some episodes of "Better Call Saul" Season 3. Cranston is his known for his directing skills in several TV shows, including "Modern Family", "The Office", "Malcolm in The Middle" and "Breaking Bad".