'Better Call Saul' Season 3 News and Updates: A 'Breaking Bad' Crossover May Happen As Bryan Cranson Is Set To Direct an Episode

By Abbie Kraft, Parent Herald December 14, 08:44 am

"Better Call Saul" is bound to make a comeback for its 3rd season and fans are eager to know what's next. The "Breaking Bad" prequel is said to make a crossover, that Bryan Cranson, who portrays the role of Walter White, will be directing one of the episodes.

News emerged that Walter White from the hit series "Breaking Bad," will be directing one of the episodes for "Better Call Saul." The next season will reveal the transformation of Jimmy McGill as he will be turning into Saul Goodman. The well-loved series may not have a premiere date just yet, but it was already confirmed that the "Breaking Bad" prequel will be having a 3rd and 4th season.

Vince Gilligan dished out a few sneak peaks in regards to the "Better Call Saul" future episodes. One of the character crossovers that is said to take place would be Gus Fring's character, but it was mentioned that his appearance would not be that often as it will be minimal.

As for the speculations that Bryan will be directing, however, remains unclear as Gilligan was seen on the set when he was in Albuquerque, but it is yet unclear and unconfirmed if Bryan Cranson will indeed go behind the lens for "Better Call Saul's" 3rd season.

"We would love to have Bryan direct, and I think he'd love to direct one," Gilligan told Digital Trends during an interview. "He wants to - it's just a matter of fitting it into his schedule. Now that James Brown has passed on, Bryan Cranston is the hardest working man in show business. He visited the set recently, which was wonderful. I was directing the first couple of episodes of season three, and within the last few weeks, Bryan came to Albuquerque and visited the set because he was in town to do press for his autobiography [A Life in Parts] - which, by the way, is a great book."

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