A brand new teaser video has now just been released for the upcoming third season of the "Breaking Bad" spin-off prequel television series, "Better call saul." Similar to most of the marketing media that has been released so far, the new video heavily promotes the comeback of Giancarlo Esposito's gus fring character.

Welcome to Los Pollos Hermanos

The brand new "Better Call Saul" trailer is basically a fake employee training video that seemingly welcomes new hires to the Los Pollos Hermanos family. Gus introduces himself at the start of the video and then proceeds to instruct the proper guidelines and behavior that is required for all employees.

Two sides of the same coin

Interestingly, Gus' initial impression is that of a legitimate businessman with a kind face. This outward appearance, of course, hides the ruthless persona that the character has been known for when he was featured in "Breaking Bad." Some of the evil characteristics do seep through at some points in the video, which only serves to tease fans of the kind of extremes Esposito's character will be showcasing in the upcoming new season

The return of the drug kingpin

The recently released teasers mainly focused on Gus' friendly demeanor, but fans who have witnessed his exploits in "Breaking Bad" will know that there is more to the character than what has been presented. Bryan Cranston's Walter White was portrayed to be a vile and evil character at the latter part of the original series, but White was only second to Gus, who also didn't shy away from murder and torture.

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How the teasers may have been put together is likely intentional, as it could be a great starting point to show fans just how extremely violent or friendly Gus' character can be depending on the situation. The frequency of his appearance in the show's promotional materials also just serves to point just how prominent the character will be in "Better Call Saul" season 3.

Saul and Gus connection

There is still no concrete information on how exactly James Morgan "Jimmy" McGill, played by Bob Odenkirk, will get acquainted with Gus. Based on the other trailers, Jimmy will be landing in jail at some point. His incarceration could be part of how he ultimately gets to meet Gus. However, it would be safe to assume that Mike Ehrmantraut, played by Jonathan Banks, could be involved in creating that connection.