Sadly, there is still no release date for "Better Call Saul" season 3, but the good news is that updates about the show's upcoming season are being released.
The official full-length trailer for "Better Call Saul" season 3 has not yet been released, although a teaser was launched just three weeks ago. What is unfortunate is that the AMC hit seems to have forgotten that they also have a lot of fans outside of the U.S., and the teaser that they had shared through their Twitter channel was not available to be viewed by those in other countries.
Luckily, a "Better Call Saul" fan took pity and uploaded the teaser on YouTube making it available to fans outside of the U.S.
For now, "Better Call Saul" has been very successful in keeping leaks about the upcoming season at bay, but at least the showrunners have been very forthcoming with the fans as they shared information and pictures from the new season.
Back in November 2016, the official Instagram account of "Better Call Saul" shared the first images from season 3. The three pictures were first released by Entertainment Weekly, but these were also uploaded on their Instagram just a day after. Two of the three images were the in-between-takes look at Jimmy McGill's (Bob Odenkirk) third alter ego, Cinnabon manager Gene. The images also showed "Better Call Saul" co-creators Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould on set.
The last picture showed Jimmy with his brother Chuck McGill Jr. (Michael McKean). Fans should be able to remember that back in the season 2 finale, they saw Chuck betraying Jimmy as he recorded Jimmy's confession about breaking a law without the latter realizing what was happening.
There is still no specific release date for "Better Call Saul" season 3, but AMC has already announced a spring 2017 premiere.