Better Call Saul, the prequel to the immensely popular Breaking Bad, has achieved the rare feat of being a prequel that serves as a worthy companion to the original series while offering enough story, charm, and style to stand firmly on its own.
Better Call Saul Season 3 is currently airing on AMC and we’ve got all of the latest trailers, sneak peeks, and episode reviews right here, all in one place for your convenience.
Better Call Saul Season 3 Finale Trailer and Sneak Peek
The end of Better Call Saul Season 3 is nigh and AMC has released the promo for the finale. The trailer for Better Call Saul Season 3 Episode 10 finds Chuck trying to broker a deal with Hamlin and Nacho getting the visit he’s been dreading. As is customary, the new promo comes with an exclusive sneak peek of “Lantern,” which finds Don Hector coming face to face with Nacho’s Dad. Watch both below:
Better Call Saul Season 3 Episode 10, “Lantern” airs this Monday, June 19 on AMC at 10:00 p.m. EDT.
Better Call Saul Season 3 Episode Guide
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Better Call Saul Season 3 Episode 10: Lantern
air date: June 19, 2017
Better Call Saul Season 3 Behind the Scenes
A new video promoting the release of Better Call Saul season 3 has been posted online. The video hypes the return of Giancarlo Esposito as Gustavo Fring, shows how Los Pollos Hermanos was rebuilt from scratch, and even features a surprise guest! See for yourself below:
Better Call Saul Season 3 Breaking Bad Connection
We know that Better Call Saul Season 3 is going to feature Breaking Bad villain Gus Fring, portrayed by Giancarlo Esposito will be back to aid in the metamorphosis of Jimmy McGill, but in a recent interview will the Huffington Post, star Bob Odenkirk advised fans to keep their eyes peeled for further Breaking Bad characters and callbacks.
“Giancarlo is an incredibly sweet, generous actor, and incredibly gifted, amazing actor, so it’s wonderful to have him around, and it’s wonderful to get the story closer to the world of Breaking Bad, and it’s not just Giancarlo. There are other characters from that show that are starting to appear, so that is super exciting, and it raises our stakes, and it raises our game at Saul,” said Odenkirk.
“It’s just awesome, and I just envy the fans for the surprises that are coming this season. I guess as it comes closer to Breaking Bad, it’s gonna happen more and more,” he said.
If you weren’t excited enough, here’s a picture of Odenkirk and Esposito at a real life Los Pollos Hermanos at South by Southwest:— Giancarlo Esposito (@quiethandfilms) March 12, 2017
Better Call Saul Season 3 Cast
Expect all of the prinicpal cast of Better Call Saul to return, but the real question on everyone’s mind is who will make an appearance from the Breaking Bad timeline?
Other Breaking Bad alumni want in on the fun too. Betsy Brandt, who played Marie Schrader, told the Huffington Post that a cameo has been “discussed,” but really, Dean Norris, who played DEA Agent Hank Schrader, seems like he’d be a better fit for this world.
And though Bryan Cranston has been rumored to be directing an episode of the upcoming season, there’s been no word on whether we’ll get a glimpse of Walter White.
Better Call Saul Season 3: Where To Stream?
Saul airs steadily through the Spring on AMC in 2017, but for those ready to cut cable, there are options to stay up to date on the series. Sling, DirecTV Now and Playstation Vue all stream AMC live. You can find out more information on those services here.
Better Call Saul seasons 1 & 2 are currently available on Netflix.