While no one can argue that "Breaking Bad" is one of the best TV Drama Series ever made, the character of criminal lawyer Saul Goodman played by Bob Odenkirk was equally popular. It was so well taken by the audience that the creator made his own TV series named "Better Call Saul", whose third season is recently announced by the creator Vince Gilligan.

The spin-off prequel shows the life of Jimmy McGill (Saul) five years before "Breaking Bad", who wants to be a better lawyer in the eyes of his older brother Chuck McGill. However, things don't go as expected and Saul loses Chuck's faith due to his inappropriate actions. According to Forbes, the first two seasons of the series was much lighter than its predecessor, which may not be the case with the upcoming season as Gilligan revealed it will be much darker.

In an interview with Variety, Gilligan stated that the story would become darker and start to resemble "Breaking Bad". Odenkirk also said that in "Better Call Saul" Season 3, Jimmy will move away from his character and introduce himself as Saul Goodman. "It is actually kind of fun. There's more of an internal movement of this sweet character, Jimmy, who shuts himself down and does very callous things, which are very Saul Goodman like. It's just sad. It made me feel bad," added Odenkirk.

As reported by the Comic Book, season 3 of the award-winning drama series will bring back Rhea Seehorn, Patrick Fabian, Jonathan Banks, Michael Mando, Michael McKean and Giancarlo Esposito reprising their roles. And as the series is currently on a cliffhanger, fans would be extremely curious to see how things will move on, especially now that the creator and actors have just announced such surprising details. "Better Call Saul" Season 3 will return on AMC on April 10.