'Better Call Saul' season 3 spoilers: maybe Season 3 show Soul's Life after Breaking Bad

Although "Better Call Saul" is hinged on its parent series "Breaking Bad," co-creators Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould believe that there's more to Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk) than what has been established.

During the Vulture Festival, the duo was asked about the prospect of telling new stories behind Saul Goodman's dark inevitable future in "Breaking Bad."

Gould believes that while there's the challenge of following the continuity established by "Breaking Bad," Saul Goodman's yarn could be further spun in "Better Call Saul" season 3.

"We see 'Gene' in Omaha, Nebraska, and to me that hints that maybe there's more to the story after Breaking Bad, so we'll see," Gould teased via Den of Geek, adding "I don't think anything is predetermined."

Gene was the new name Saul gave to himself when he started a new life in Omaha, Nebraska. There, he was working the counter at a shopping mall. From what Gould has said, "Better Call Saul" might show what happens after this.

"Better Call Saul" is headed for season 3. So far, there's no sign of the show veering away from "Breaking Bad." In fact, the new season will further delve into the events that led to Saul becoming who he is in the parent series.

Gus Fring (Giancarlo Esposito) from "Breaking Bad" is expected to play a major part in "Better Call Saul" season 3. However, he won't appear on the get-go, but he has already been established in the "Better Call Saul" universe. His actions will definitely affect Saul directly or indirectly. It is expected that the drug lord and restaurateur will show his face towards the end of "Better Call Saul" season 3.

There are also rumors that Aaron Paul will also reprise his iconic "Breaking Bad" role Jesse Pinkman at some point in "Better Call Saul." The actor has already expressed his interest, but nothing has been confirmed yet.

"Better Call Saul" season 3 is expected to premiere early next year.

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