AMC has renewed "Breaking Bad" prequel series, "Better Call Saul," for a third season.
Season three of the "Breaking Bad" prequel series will consist of 10 episodes, with showrunners Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould continuing in their roles.
The season two of show returned on February 15 with a troubled Jimmy set for an inevitable transformation into Saul Goodman.
According to AMC, the show which wrapped up its first season with Jimmy seemingly deciding to go to the dark side as Saul, will air its last second season episode on April 18, 2016.
Set in 2002, "Better Call Saul" follows the story of small-time lawyer James Morgan "Jimmy" McGill (Bob Odenkirk), six years before his appearance on "Breaking Bad" as Saul Godman; events after the original series are briefly explored.
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According to the Nielsen figures, 'Better Call Saul' averaged 3.7 million viewers among adults 18-49.
The show wrapped its first season on Sunday, April 4, 2015 with 5.1 million viewers.
Watch a "Better Call Saul" trailer below.