The dangerous criminal of “Breaking Bad”, Gus Fring is coming back to life in “Better Call Saul” on AMC. This new arrangement is the prequel to the historic point show that rotated around the ascent and fall of drug kingpin Walter White. The last time that we saw Fring, he made a dramatic exit.
The revival of Fring, played by Giancarlo Esposito, was disclosed Sunday amid a board advancing the up and coming third period of “Better Call Saul” at the Television Critics Assn. squeeze visit when a false business demonstrating Fring at his Los Pollos Hermanos eatery was appeared. Esposito then went into the room of TV essayists and gave out boxes of “Los Pollos Hermanos” chicken.
Esposito said he was excited to restore the character in “Better Call Saul,” which follows the advancement of Jimmy McGill, a little time Albuquerque lawyer who changes into Saul Goodman, the sneaky legal advisor for White. The performing artist said he was especially inspired by investigating the back story of Fring, or, as he called it, “a show about the rise of Gus.”
Jonathan Banks is the “fixer” on the show, known as Mike Ehrmantraut, who is clowned amid the board about whether Esposito had quit fooling around with the show’s official makers Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould. Banks asked, “Did you hold their feet to the fire? How much are they paying you?” Esposito replied, “Not as much as you.”
Fring, who was murdered with a large portion of his face brushed off notably in a blast in the finale of the fourth period of “Breaking Bad” is one of the show’s most vital characters. A few activity figures of Fring, both with his full face and without, have been sold in the most recent couple of years.