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‘Better Call Saul’ May Have Shot Jesse Pinkman’s Return, Says Aaron Paul
‘Better Call Saul’ May Have Shot Jesse Pinkman’s Return, Says Aaron Paul
The third season of Better Call Saul couldn’t help leaning into the announcement of its biggest Breaking Bad cameo to date, but don’t think stars Bryan Cranston or Aaron Paul will ever stop teasing their own returns. The latter even suggests that Jesse Pinkman might already have shot a Season 3 appearance, but how?
‘Better Call Saul’ Sets April Season 3 Premiere With New Clip, Gus Details
‘Better Call Saul’ Sets April Season 3 Premiere With New Clip, Gus Details
It wasn’t any secret that Giancarlo Esposito’s Breaking Bad-die would resurface in Better Call Saul Season 3, but one tidbit has at last been unveiled: the April premiere date! See for yourself, along with a new clip from the prequel drama’s third year, and piping fresh details on Gus’ return, straight from Los Pollos Hermanos.
‘Better Call Saul’ Bosses Tease ‘Several’ Returns for ‘Breaking Bad’ Fans
‘Better Call Saul’ Bosses Tease ‘Several’ Returns for ‘Breaking Bad’ Fans
It’s been some time since Better Call Saul closed out Season 2 with what seemed to be explicit reference to the biggest Breaking Bad-die, and Season 3 hasn’t started slippin’ teases of Jimmy’s return just yet. That said, creators Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould are all but confirming that Breaking Bad fans will have “several” familiar reasons to check out next season.
Watch ‘Better Call Saul’ Ring in Another Iconic ‘Breaking Bad’ Alum
Watch ‘Better Call Saul’ Ring in Another Iconic ‘Breaking Bad’ Alum
Better Call Saul stands on its own from Breaking Bad, even if Bob Odenkirk himself gets tired of the comparison, though a few familiar faces never hurt here and there. The latest popped up in Monday’s “Rebecca,” as Mark Margolis dropped by to reprise his role as Hector “Tio” Salamanca, and not as we’d ever seen him. Check out the scene for yourself.

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