AMC has heard its fans cry as it recently announced the coming of Better call saul” Season 4. True to their words, the show’s creators Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould have said before that the “Breaking Bad" spin-off will be definitely back.

Now, it looks like things are about to change for the life of Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk), especially with the assumed death of his brother Chuck McGill (Michael McKean). Will he finally turn as the criminal lawyer Saul Goodman?

The renewal’s announcement

“Bring on season four!" the president of AMC, SundanceTV, and AMC Studios Charlie Collier announced (via Independent).

He first congratulated Vince Gilligan, Peter Gould, Bob Odenkirk, and everyone behind the television series. Then, he finally revealed the much-awaited renewal news everybody is waiting for. He also revealed that the network respects and admires the show’s supporting artists, who perfectly deliver “outstanding character development” giving epic twists and turns in the story.

Charlie Collier also described that the television series is continuing the legacy of featuring “bold creative choices that have “writing that is best in the business." “Truly, 'S'all good, man,'” he said.

Will there be more 'Breaking Bad' Spin-offs?

Moreover, in an interview with Den of Geek, Vince Gilligan was asked how long “Better Call Saul” could stay on the air.

The show’s co-creator revealed he is not sure how many episodes exactly the television series could have. However, he is certain that fans of the crime drama perfectly know that “BCS” just have limited story. He also knows that the program has to be connected to the start of “Breaking Bad.” “So there is a finite nature here,” he said.

But, Vince Gilligan also teased that “BCS” has something different from its fixed tale that will not be seen in the original neo-western crime drama. That is the possibility of telling a brand new story through the early stages of the post-“Breaking Bad” universe that they always included at the top of every season.

Hence, although there will be a finite story in the world of “BCS” and “BB,” there is an infinite story that they could tell at the end of the television series.

Being one of the first fans of the show that he and Peter Gould have created, he is deeply fascinated by what it could become. If fans now wonder what new story could come out, he said that he can’t promise anything yet. But, he thinks that there will be a little more opportunity that they can build in the post-“BB” world than the original television series.