'Better Call Saul' Season 4 News & Update: Stefan Kapicic Joins 'Breaking Bad' Universe; Excited To Show Fans What Series Has In Store
Fans are about to see a new face joining Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk) in the upcoming Better Call Saul Season 4. The Deadpool 2 star, Stefan Kapicic, who voiced Colossus, is going to play a recurring role in the Breaking Bad prequel when it returns.
AMC bounds Better Call Saul Season 4 to secrecy; thus, only little details about the show are known. In fact, it hasn't yet been revealed what role Stefan Kapicic is going to play in the Bob Odenkirk television series. However, in an official statement, the 39-year-old Deadpool 2 star revealed how excited he is to be a part of the Breaking Bad universe.
"I'm thrilled that I have a chance to become a part of Better Call Saul family," he said, via the Hollywood Reporter. Stefan Kapicic even admitted that BCS is one of his most favorite television shows, and it is a dream come true to be a part of the Breaking Bad world. He even added that it is a delight to work with the show's "amazing team and talented cast," and he is now excited for fans to see what is in store in the new installment.
In regards to Better Call Saul Season 4's plotline, CarterMatt reported there is a big possibility that this season will start where the previous season left off. With Chuck McGill's (Michael McKean) death, Jimmy might find a way to improve the relationships he has. However, knowing Bob Odenkirk's character, things may not work out pretty well for him.
Additionally, according to Den of Geek, Better Call Saul Season 4 will have 10 episodes. In the new season's renewal, AMC, SundanceTV, and AMC Studios president Charlie Collier congratulated the TV series creators, Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould. He even said that the show is "truly 'S'all good, man" with the addition of its supporting artists.
AMC has yet to announce Better Call Saul Season 4's official release date, but following the schedule of show's production, it could be in the late summer. The Breaking Bad prequel's new installment started filming in January, so it might still be a while before fans finally see it return to the small screen.