Breaking Bad
Gus Fring will appear in “Better Call Saul” Season 3. Ursula Coyote/AMC

If there is one character “Breaking Bad” fans want to see in “Better Call Saul,” apart from Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) and Walter White (Bryan Cranston), it’s Los Pollos Hermanos owner Gustavo “Gus” Fring (Giancarlo Esposito).

It was speculated that the drug kingpin would be seen in “Better Call Saul” Season 3 after Season 2’s episode titles were revealed to be an anagram that says, Fring’s back. Now, the AMC show’s executive producer, Peter Gould, has confirmed that the Fring will be seen in the upcoming episodes of the “Breaking Bad” spinoff, reports TVGuide.

However, Gould is keeping details of Fring’s return under wraps. Nevertheless, he did say that fans of the originals series are going to be “tickled pink” by his return to the small screen.

Season 3 is going to hit the ground running. “This season starts off with a bang,” Gould teased, “There’s so much rip-roaring conflict in the season. It really goes to a new level.”

Furthermore, “Better Call Saul” cast members Bob Odenkirk, Michael McKean, Jonathan Banks and Rhea Seehorn are set to deliver more award-worthy performances in the upcoming season. But Gould says that fans should also watch out for Michael Mando’s performance. He plays drug smuggler Nacho Varga. Mando, according to the producer, has delivered his best performance to date on the series in Season 3. “We end up getting a lot deeper into Nacho’s world as the season goes on,” previewed Gould.

Last season ended with Jimmy McGill (Odenkirk) confessing to his brother Chuck (McKean) that he did alter the legal documents of Mesa Verde so that his girlfriend and hardworking lawyer Kim Wexler (Seehorn) could get them as clients. Unbeknownst to Jimmy, his brother recorded the conversation. Which means, he now has proof that his brother committed a crime.

Elsewhere, Mike (Banks) failed to assassinate Hector Salamanca (Mark Margolis) since he was interrupted by the blaring horn from his car with a message etched on the windshield that simply read Don’t.

“Better Call Saul” Season 3 airs sometime in spring 2017.