'Better Call Saul' Spoilers, Updates: Walter White Is Playing A Part In Season 3

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The Third instalment of Better Call Saul airs next Spring and along with that announcement, fans of Breaking Bad can have more reason to be happy because Bryan Cranston (Walter White) himself will be directing the first episode of the show. As explained by the showrunners Vince Gilligan & Peter Gould, the idea of Cranston directing an episode will be exciting for both them and the viewers. "I think he'd love to direct one. He wants to - it's just a matter of fitting it into his schedule," Gilligan added.

Directing isn’t something new to Cranston as he has helped direct several shows including Modern Family, The Office, Malcolm in The Middle, and of course Breaking Bad.

Previous Seasons have kept fans happy with the resurfacing of characters we fell in love with in Breaking Bad. However, with the show’s interesting and not surprising interconnection with Breaking Bad, fans are waiting to see if we indeed will get to see the W.W. Meth empire take center stage or any stage at all.

Although we can’t confirm Cranston’s character being played out, according to Newseverday, one of these three Breaking Bad stars Gustavo "Gus" FringChuck McGill, and Mike Ehrmantraut will be responsible for Jimmy McGill’s unsurprising transformation into the Saul Goodman we all want to see.


Bob Odenkirk teased about Saul’s transformation saying saying that "Innocence gets Torn Away" implying Jimmy might have been put to the limit with the Mesa Verde's case, whatever the reason will be, we should find out next spring.

Teaser images for Better Call Saul season 3 shows Saul with his new mustache and Cinnabon outfit, don’t get ahead of yourself, that’s just Gould showing us Saul’s transformation into Gene, the manager of Cinnabon.

There was also a photo of Jimmy in the same room with his brother Chuck whose electromagnetic hypersensitivity seems to have gotten worse.



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