Jimmy McGill will be turning into full and complete “Saul Goodman” soon in the Breaking Bad spinoff Better Call Saul series on AMC.
The Jimmy to Saul “evil”, or at least troubled, transformation is expected and has been happening for the first two seasons of the series but Better Call Saul Season 3 will be seen as the point of the complete transformation of the likeable lawyer’s character to someone who’s struggling with his morals and how to practice law the right way.
“I’ve read Episodes 1 and 2 and I can tell you that for all the laying of the groundwork and character studies that we’ve been doing for the last two years, things are going to ratchet up,” Patrick Fabian who plays the polarizing Howard Hamlin in the show stated a month ago in an interview via TV Line.
Watch the video here giving clues on how the character of Bob Odenkirk will see his full transformation into being one of the most and least likeable lawyers in the world.
Jimmy McGill has been burned by his brother, Chuck McGill (played by veteran Michael McKean) in the previous season and exposed him as somewhat of a fraud. This will put Jimmy in a big pressure with regards to how he conducts his business as a lawyer.
Cartermatt.com noted on the possible Jimmy to Saul transformation and commented that it’s widely expected at the start of Better Call Saul Season 3. The site also noted that Mike Ehrmantraut, played by Jonathan Banks, will have his own transformation when he’s finally linked to Gus Fring (Giancarlo Esposito), one of the main villains in the Breaking Bad series.
Jimmy McGill is going full breaking bad in the next season of Better Call Saul. Expect the Saul Goodman character to dominate Season 3 as fans continue to support one of their favorite Breaking Bad characters.
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