‘Better Call Saul’ Season 3: AMC to air two ‘Breaking Bad’ marathons focused on Saul Goodman & Gus Fring

In anticipation of the Season 3 premiere of “Better Call Saul” on April 10, AMC will air a pair of marathons from parent series “Breaking Bad” in the two weeks prior. The marathon on Monday, March 27 will focus on the best 16 hours of slimy lawyer Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk), while the Monday, April 3 episodes will showcase the best 16 installments of doomed villain Gus Fring (Giancarlo Esposito). Scroll down to see the list of episodes that will be covered in both AMC marathons.

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March 27 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 a.m. — Best of Saul Goodman
“Better Call Saul”
“4 Days Out”
“Mandala”
“Phoenix”
“ABQ”
“Caballo sin Nombre”
“One Minute”
“Kafkaesque”
“Abiquiu”
“Open House”
“Live Free or Die”
“Hazard Pay”
“Confessions”
“Rabid Dog”
“To’hajiilee”
“Granite State”

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April 3 from 9:00 a.m. to 2:10 a.m. — Best of Gus Fring
“Mandala”
“ABQ”
“No Mas”
“I.F.T.”
“Mas ”
“Sunset”
“I See You”
“Half Measures ”
“Full Measure”
“Box Cutter”
“Shotgun”
“Cornered”
“Salud”
“Crawl Space”
“End Times”
“Face Off”

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Esposito earned an Emmy nomination in 2012 for playing the nefarious Gus Fring on “Breaking Bad.” It’s unknown how many episodes the chicken man will appear in “Better Call Saul” and whom he’ll interact with, though AMC does promise that some characters’ backstories will be further illuminated, with “meaningful nods” to “Breaking Bad.”

“Better Call Saul” has earned 14 Emmy nominations so far, including back-to-back bids for Best Drama Series, Best Drama Actor for Odenkirk and Best Supporting Actor for Jonathan Banks. Are you excited for the third season of “Better Call Saul”? Let us know in the comments section below and then join the discussion in our notorious TV forums.

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