“Better Call Saul” is the spin-off-series of The American crime drama “Breaking Bad”. While the first and second season was premiered on February 2015 and 2016 on AMC channel, the series was renewed on 15th March this year for a 10-episode season 3.
“Better Call Saul” describes the story of small-time lawyer James Morgan “Jimmy” McGill played by Bob Odenkirk. It shows the events happened six years before Jimmy meets Walter White on “Breaking Bad” as “Saul Goodman”. It is believed that the show could possibly continue to run until that point, says Collider. Collider also reveals that Jimmy McGill will get no less than 10 extra episodes to become Saul Goodman during the telecast of “Better Call Saul”.
Coming Soon states, “Better Call Saul” had received nomination for seven 2015 Emmy Awards, such as Outstanding Drama Series, Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for Jonathan Banks, and Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series for Bob Odenkirk. Bob has also been nominated for SAG and Golden Globe.
When Saul Goodman was first seen in the second season of “Breaking Bad”, it was clear from the beginning that the lawyer’s shady, fast-talking character had a lot to tell. It seemed he is the one who loves to walk the line between through the rules and through his strengths. Saul was an independent character for the show, says Screenrant. Season 2 actually just started to find out the connection between Jimmy’s and Mike Ehrmantraut played by Jonathan Banks. Well, most likely, these secreted links have created, some of the series’ most entertaining moments, so far.
All the suspense is expected to get exposed soon, with the telecast of spin-off series “Better Call Saul”. The name itself is a great hint.
Although an official premiere date has not yet been confirmed, “Better Call Saul” season 3 is likely to debut in early 2017 reveals Coming Soon.