It’s the season of spinoffs and the blockbuster show Better Call Saul is no different; or as we hope so! Nearing its final season, hopefully, the spin-off show would be better than its super favorite predecessor, Breaking Bad.
Giancarlo Esposito, the fan-favorite can’t just stop talking about his character’s spinoffs which makes us truly wonder; whether Vince Gilligan will be back with more thrilling stories and spinoffs and continue to expand the much-awaited show universe.
The show must go on; here’s hoping it does, at least in the foreseeable future, It is understandable that fans just couldn’t get enough of the super hit series considering its much-loved storyline, and hence, the fan-made spin-offs are all over the Internet!
Giancarlo Esposito’s character spinoff
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Being a much loved and hated character at the same time in both Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul as the evil drug lord Gustavo Fring, it is not surprising that he got an interesting and thrilling idea for his spinoff.
Called The Rise of Gus, his spinoff is truly something out of his fantastic thinking process and is said to expand on the terrifying character of Breaking Bad.
According to him, “I have this whole storyline in the back of my head that he came from political royalty. I feel like Gus came from the world of order. And that his order came. He was a military man. Out of the military, he gained the ability to observe. You can’t lead unless you can follow… I have this whole storyline in the back of my head that he came from political royalty. ”
Other character spinoffs
With Season 6 set to air on AMC IN 2021, there is so much to be resolved at this point. When the series was announced for the first time, fans found it pretty surprising and odd that Giancarlo Esposito was not selected for the spinoff, but rated it as Saul Goodman, the much favorite lawyer, and title.
It is quite true that no one can predict what is in that amazing head of Gilligan, and if there is another spin-off coming up, it would probably be of someone utmost unexpected like Saul’s secretary.
His concept of telling the story of a minor character is something untold of and fans’ speculations are that we could even expect a spin-off of Jonathan Banks’ Mike, a cop drama perhaps; dirty undoubtedly!
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