AMC's "Better Call Saul" returned for a third season on Monday, and viewers were given a teaser of things that may come.
According to a report from Indiwire, the season three pilot, titled "Mabel," kicked off where the second season ended, where the lawyer Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk) confessed to his elder brother Chuck (Michael McKean) that he was behind the sabotage against the latter. Chuck, on the other hand, recorded the confession without Jimmy's knowledge. The two seemed to bond for a moment and reminisce about their childhood until Chuck reminded Jimmy of his betrayal.
Another character highlighted in the third season's pilot was Mike Ehrmantraut (Jonathan Banks), who was left paranoid after finding a note on his car that said: "Don't." He then went on a searching spree. He disassembled his vehicle to find a tracking device that will help him in his search. The story continued with Mike using the tracker to find out who planted the message and to unmask the person causing his paranoia.
Last week, AMC, the show's official carrier network, released a video, giving fans a teaser on one of the most iconic characters from "Breaking Bad" in the person of businessman/drug lord Gus Fring (Giancarlo Esposito). The video showed Walter White's rival and tormentor introducing a 10-week online seminar and how he expects employees to behave inside his chicken restaurant, Los Pollos Hermanos.
"Each and every day we serve our customers exceptional food with impeccable service," said Gus in the 10-minute video.
Meanwhile, Entertainment Weekly talked to series creators Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould who gave some hints on what to expect this season. Gould said that Mike "has to find out who is on to him, and he'll go to great lengths to find that out. It raises the question: Who is capable and smart enough to get the drop on Mike Ehrmantraut?"
As for Jimmy, Gilligan hinted that "storm clouds are brewing." He also added that "There may be the threat of all-out war between the brothers on the horizon."