Better call saul” star Bob Odenkirk, co-creator Peter Gould, and writer-producer Gordon Smith graced Awards line's Emmy panel for the show on Tuesday to talk about “Better Call Saul” Season 4. The three teased the future of the show and gave little hints and teasers of what is about to come.

In an interview with Deadline, although Gould and Smith tried their best not to spill anything that is going to happen in the next chapter, they have slipped small tidbits about the series. Odenkirk, on the other hand, called the fans who are asking for spoilers.

Another ‘Breaking Bad’ character coming

“Please let’s respect these guys,” Bob Odenkirk said (via Deadline).

The 54-year-old actor was talking about “Better Call Saul” Season 4's spoilers that he likened to an “egg with a soft shell” that they are trying hard to protect.

In the new season’s future episode, Bob Odenkirk revealed that they have to meet “Lalo.” “I want that monologue to mean a lot,” he said. Who is Lalo? The actor was referring to the time that he was still Saul Goodman in “Breaking Bad.”

To recall, he was been kidnapped by Walter White (Bryan Cranston) and Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul), who dug a grave for him on the desert. As he was starting to beg for his life, he said, “Oh, no, Lalo, please don’t do it.”

Although the real personality behind Lalo is not yet revealed, Wired magazine hinted that this name has been seen on the storyboard inside “BCS” writers’ room.

“We have to earn our ‘Breaking Bad’ crossover moments on the show,” Peter Gould teased.

The show’s run

Meanwhile, fans are now questioning how long “Better Call Saul” will run. “Breaking Bad” had five chapters and as its spin-off series is now on its fourth season, viewers are now wondering if it would have the same fate.

“We couldn't really give you an exact amount of episodes,” co-creator Vince Gilligan said (via Den of Geek).

The 50-year-old writer explained that he is not trying to be coy, but it is just really hard to know how long exactly it will run as of this moment.

“But you did put your finger on something important,” he added. The director went on to say that everyone who is watching the show will know that it has a “finite story.” As it has to meet “Breaking Bad” beginning, they could only tell a limited story.

However, Vince Gilligan teased that there’s a big difference between the two television series. He hinted that there is a tale in “BCS” that they could continue in the post-“BrBa” world that they have included at the start of each season.