Dec 13, 2016 05:29 AM EST

'Better Call Saul' Season 3 Spoilers And Updates: Character From "Breaking Bad" Joins Cast? Details Revealed!

As "Better Call Saul" Season 3 will be premiering next year, there are interests that a "Breaking Bad" character will be crossing over next season. With AMC and its showrunners very much silent about the third installment of the series, there are more than enough details circulating around that will make fans look forward to the new installment of the upcoming season 3 of the show.

According to Den Of Geek, much of the main characters of "Better Call Saul will be expected to return for the upcoming new season of the show that will arrive next year. What is more interesting about the new season would be a character out of the series will join the cast for while, that character is from another show "Breaking bad."

Fans are excited about the reports that actor Bryan Cranston could be making an appearance in the third installment of "Better Call Saul." Latest details provide that he will be in the upcoming series not as a cast member but as a director of the show.

With that being said, Cranston will not be repeating his role from "Breaking Bad" as Walter White but rather he will be working behind the scenes instead. This will be a different role for him but it is not something that he has not done yet.

According to GamenGuide, Bryan Cranston could possibly direct an episode of "Better Call Saul" in the third installment of the series though it has no official confirmation yet. For Cranston it is not new for him to be directing since he has worked behind the scenes in several small screen shows such as "Modern Family" and even in "Breaking Bad."

"Better Call Saul" Season 3 has no official date of release as of now but one thing is for sure it will definitely be coming out next year. For more details of current news and the latest updates feel free to visit Jobs & Hire.

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