"Jimmy McGill is a character who you look at and just when you think he's slopping off of all of those characteristics that you've seen, he comes right back to a place where you're surprised by it, so I'm hoping that Gustavo Fring will be similar in that way".
"Better Call Saul" season 3 will premiere on AMC on April 10, Monday, at 10/9C.
Meanwhile, the trailer also shows that things are not looking good for Jimmy in "Better Call Saul" season 3. Six years before he meets Walter White, Jimmy is a more-or-less law-abiding, small-time attorney hustling to champion his underdog clients, build his practice, and somehow make a name for himself.
AMC has released a quick 30-seconds trailer with a few new stills from the new season, Entertainment Weekly writes.
It was revealed in the previous season that Chuck had secretly recorded Jimmy's confession of the crime. When Mike set his sights on sociopathic cartel boss Hector Salamanca, an ominous intervention stopped him from pulling the trigger, raising questions as to what other risky players may be in the game.
Chuck's effort to prevent Jimmy from practicing law will test the inexperienced McGill as well as his romance with Kim Wexler. This imminent existential threat presses Jimmy's faltering moral compass to the limit.
Not only that, this season promised to feature more backstories that will further establish the connection of the ongoing drama to Bryan Cranston's "Breaking Bad". It may involve Giancarlo Esposito's soft-spoken and deadly fast food mogul and drug lord Gus Fring, who appears, perhaps tellingly, at the end.
"Better Call Saul" Season 3 will be spearheaded by co-creators Peter Gould and Vince Gilligan with the assistance of executive producers Mark Johnson, Mellisa Bernstein, Thomas Schnauz, and Gennifer Hutchison.