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'Better Call Saul' Season 3 Spoilers: Kim-Jimmy, Chuck-Jimmy Sour Relationship To Be Highlighted; Bryan Cranston To Cameo Soon?

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"Better Call Saul" Season 3 will highlight Chuck's reason of treating Jimmy sourly. During Season 2, Chuck successfully made Jimmy admit of manipulating the Mesa Verde case files and could possibly lead to Chuck blackmailing his younger brother, Jimmy, without thinking twice.

Actor Michael McKean, who plays Chuck McGill revealed that Chuck sabotaging Jimmy's life is due to Jimmy constant ways of making their mother laugh, Los Angeles Times reported. Their mother, even in previous episodes, has been proud of him.

Since "Better Call Saul" started, Jealousy has seemed to dwell between Chuck and Jimmy and it has been evident during the recent season's flashbacks. Chuck has masked his true intentions of Jimmy and has just consciously pretended to be concerned of this brother's welfare.

In "Better Call Saul" Season 3, fans can expect more from Kim's (Rhea Seehorn) story before meeting Jimmy. Viewers will know that Kim has got a complex character, which will be dealt more deeply in the upcoming season. Her differences with Jimmy, despite her infatuation with him, will also be highlighted.

Meanwhile, rumors regarding Bryan Cranston's potential cameo on "Better Call Saul" was quashed during an interview with Louis Love for his upcoming movie, "The Infiltrator." According to the actor, he'll be doing it if asked.

The most successful "Better Call Saul" Season 2 episodes from were mainly from Vince Gilligan; however, there are three other writers who are also behind the project. The trio of writers Gennifer Hutchison, Gordon Smith, and Heather Marion converged for an interview recalling their memories together, Yahoo TV reported.

During the interview, they discussed both their "Breaking Bad" and "Better Call Saul" storylines. Their joint expertise has led them to bigger opportunities and experiences, the most recent the "Better Call Saul."

All three "Better Call Saul" writers have been supportive since the beginning of Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould's careers. Hutchison and Smith are frontrunners to an Emmy nomination. Reportedly, Marion may join the list of Emmy acknowledged writers after co-writing her first script of "Better Call Saul" Season 2 finale.

"Better Call Saul" Season 3 is scheduled to air early 2017.

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