'Better Call Saul' season 3 updates: AMC releases teaser trailer

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There is still no specific release date for "Better Call Saul" season 3, and as a way to console fans who have been patiently waiting for the third season of the series, AMC has released a teaser trailer for the coming season.

The 15-second trailer showed a police officer holding a camera, saying only two words: "Face me." It immediately revealed Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk) getting his mugshot taken. The clip ended with another two words shown: "Criminal. Lawyer."

Sadly, the teaser trailer for "Better Call Saul" season 3 did not give a specific release date for the new season, although they did give a vague spring of 2017 window for the premiere.

Based on the really short clip for "Better Call Saul" season 3, it seems like Jimmy's brother, Chuck McGill Jr. (Michael McKean), did use Jimmy's confession against him.

It was in the season finale that Chuck goaded Jimmy into confessing to tampering with court documents to get back at Chuck. Before the season ended, it was shown that Chuck had recorded the whole confession, although what the elder brother had in plan for the recording was something not revealed then.

The short clip seems to hint that Chuck did use the recorded confession. Then again, it is very much possible that Jimmy is being booked for an entirely unrelated offense.

In related news, it has been almost confirmed that Gustavo Fring (Giancarlo Esposito) will be making an appearance in the coming third season of "Better Call Saul."

Additionally, the report is still unconfirmed, but there have been rumors circulating that Aaron Paul wants to make an appearance in "Better Call Saul."

In a recent interview with Esquire, the actor revealed his desire to be part of "Better Call Saul" stating: "I was actually just with all of them [the Breaking Bad gang] at the AFI luncheon yesterday. And I did ask that question–when am I gonna come to Albuquerque for my wardrobe fitting? But I don't know! It's still up in the air."