Fans are now excited for the return of Better call saul” Season 3 to the small screen. Aside from the coming of an original “Breaking Bad” character, followers of the show have been waiting to see the transformation of Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk) to be Saul Goodman.

After a lot of assumptions, it is finally confirmed that the Cinnabon manager will now become the criminal lawyer that he is. “It will be Saul Goodman, but not the way you know him from 'Breaking Bad,'” the 54-year-old actor teased at an event in Berlin (via Hollywood Reporter).

Jimmy McGill will now transform as Saul Goodman

Fans used to see Bob Odenkirk as the honorable lawyer Jimmy McGill in the first two seasons of the television crime drama. Now, the real Saul Goodman people used to see in “Breaking Bad” series will be unleashed.

“For the first time, we get to see Saul Goodman,” the director-producer teased. However, there is a disclaimer to the actor’s claim. He hinted that viewers will not see the extraordinary lawyer they know yet but a slightly tamed version of him.

Gus Fring will stay longer than expected in the television series

Aside from teasing his character’s return, Bob Odenkirk also talked about the coming of Gus Fring (Giancarlo Esposito) in “Better Call Saul” Season 3.

The writer-comedian hinted that his return won’t just be a short stint but he also has a story to tell. Fans are about to know the drug kingpin’s backstory, from building his own empire and becoming the mogul that he is.

Aaron Paul hints his coming in ‘Better Call Saul’ Season 3?

Eagle-eyed fans didn’t let it slipped when Aaron Paul recently shared a blurred photo of him on his Instagram page.

The said snap is said to be his character in “Breaking Bad” as Jesse Pinkman. Hence, a lot deem that the “Need for Speed” actor just hinted his appearance in “Better Call Saul” Season 3.

The 37-year-old “Simple 9” star simply captioned it with a crystal ball emoji, thus his followers remain in the dark what does it really means. The third chapter of the television series spinoff will return on April 10 on AMC in the U.S. and on Netflix.