A recently released teaser trailer from “Better call saul” gives glimpses at the characters of Fring, Mike, Kim and Chuck.

But from the trailer and posters, we cannot predict what’s going to happen. Presumably, Jimmy is going to die at the end of the series, and Saul will end up his search for the brother. It’s impossible to predict what will happen to Kim, but there’s possibility that she will stay in Jimmy’s life forever. The Sneak Peek from the new episode of “Better Call Saul” hints at Jimmy’s character. We feel that he will lose his beloved, and Chuck is going to get him disbarred.

‘Better Call Saul’ –a popular television series

“Better Call Saul” is one of the most popular American shows. This crime series is developed by Peter Gould and Vince Gilligan, and a prequel to Gilligan’s blockbuster seriesBreaking Bad.”

Its first season premiered on AMC in February 2015 and consisted of ten episodes. The 11-episode second season was aired on the same channel in February 2016. The third and final season consists of ten episodes and has received critical acclaim.

The development and production

In 2012, Vince Gilligan from Breaking Bad hinted at the creation of “Better Call Saul.” In June 2013, he said in an interview that the series would revolve around a lawyer who can do anything to earn a living.

He confirmed the production in August 2013 through a tweet, with Bob Odenkirk, Jonathan Banks, Aaron Paul, Anna Gunn, Michael McKean, Patrick Fabian, and Michael Mando playing the leading characters.

In October 2013, Netflix showed interest in acquiring distribution rights, but the deal settled between AMC and Sony Pictures Television.

The story and dialogues are written by Gennifer Hutchison and Thomas Schnauz, with Gould serving as showrunner. Previously, the director was interested in developing a half-hour comedy. Later on, he confirmed that the series would have an hour-long format with a typical story.

On Rotten Tomatoes, “Better Call Saul” has an approved rating of 94% based on 57 critics.

On Metacritic, its average score is 76 out of 100 based on 47 reviews. Hank Stuever from The Washington Post named it a series with the great star cast and fantastic subject. Stephen Marche from Esquire wrote that the first episode told the whole story in just one hour. Earlier this year, AMC released three digital comic books, “Better Call Saul: Client Development,” and “Saul Goodman and the Justice Consortium in the Clutch of the Juggernaut.”