“Breaking Bad” spin-off prequel Better Call Saul will be back on AMC with season 3. Here is a new update on the upcoming installment.  Spoilers reveal that the brotherly feud between Chuck and Jimmy is going to be worse in season 3.  Additionally, the next season will also disclose Chuck’s  real motto behind such disgust.

Charles “Chuck” McGill (Michael McKean) has never been the supportive elder brother to Jimmy (Bob Odenkirk). Sadly, things will get worst in “Better Call Saul” season 3.

The older McGill has misled his little brother into confessing to altering the Mesa Verde files. Chuck now has a recording of the convicting confession. Season 3 of the crime drama will actually show the amount of damaged caused by Chuck to his younger brother.  Chuck will be able to orchestrate with the piece of proof in his hands.

It looks like that Chuck would not think twice seeing Jimmy’s life go nuclear in “Better Call Saul” season 3. Actor McKean recently talked about his character’s purpose in doing all these horrible things to his brother. The Christian Times  reports.

“His duplicity has been manifested all through the series. But, the very specific pain at the center of it, which has a lot to do with one simple fact, which is, ‘I made my mom proud, but Jimmy made her laugh,'” the 68-year-old told Los Angeles Times.

Chuck is aware of the fact that he can manipulate Jimmy through his concern for him. In reality, Jimmy’s problem never bothers Chuck.   In fact, older McGill is happy that he has them.

“Better Call Saul” season 3 will be problematical for Jimmy for sure. It is majorly due to his brother’s conspiracies.  On Through this, Jimmy is getting closer to becoming Saul.

Selfish, money-minded, and emotionless–these are the ugly traits the show-runners are not afraid to include in the show. “Better Call Saul” is no exception. Season 3 will mark its presence among the viewers, with its close-to-reality approach.

On March 15, 2016, AMC renewed “Better Call Saul” with a 10-episode third season and it will premiere in early 2017.