If Bryan Cranston is to be believed, another “Breaking Bad” character might make an appearance inBetter call saul” Season 4. While promoting his new movie, “Wakefield,” the 61-year-old hinted that Walter White might be featured in the renewed spin-off series.

Every time the television series comes to an end, an original character from “BrBa” is allegedly coming to its next installment. To recall, it has been years since the rumors of Cranston's appearance in the Bob Odenkirk-starrer crime drama are emerging.

Pre- Heisenberg's appearance

In the third season of the “Breaking Bad” spinoff, Gian Carlo Esposito returned to reprise his role as Gus Fring.

Jonathan Banks is also in the prequel series as Mike Ehrmantraut.

So, the coming of Bryan Cranston in the spin-off series before he becomes Heisenberg has a big possibility. Will Walter White finally appear in “Better Call Saul” Season 4?

In an interview with Metro, the “Power Rangers” star revealed that he would love to reprise his role as Mr. White. In fact, he revealed that since "BCS" started, he is often asked if he is going to be a guest star in the show. “Would I do it? And the answer is yes,” he told the publication. If Vince Gilligan ever asks him to appear as his iconic character, he is definitely on to take that role again. "I’d do anything that Vince Gilligan asked me to do," he said.

He even bragged that the executive producer believes in everything he does. "He was my champion to get the job," he added. He further said that he trusts him so much as he is the reason he has this “wonderful journey.” With that, he hinted that he could be seen in BCS” at some point. Although, he is not sure when it will happen, or it will ever pursue, especially that he hasn’t been in any talks about it yet.

The much-awaited transformation

Meanwhile, as some wonder if Chuck McGill (Michael McKean) met his demise in the previous season of “Better Call Saul,” Bob Odenkirk revealed the truth about it.

In an interview (via Screen Rant), the 54-year-old star confessed that his on-screen brother’s death is “the second biggest blow to his joy.” “It seriously bummed me out,” he said.

This will greatly affect his character and fans are about to see him turning into an evil criminal lawyer in "Better Call Saul" Season 4. Is this his much-awaited transformation fans have been long waiting for?

Last season, Jimmy McGill was seen taking the big step in becoming Saul Goodman. As he allegedly has something to do with Chuck’s death, the actor hinted that the “huge crack in the ice right now.” “As far as the whole glacier splitting in two, that’s coming very soon,” he teased.