Critic Consensus: Better Call Saul shows no signs of slipping in season 3, as the introduction of more familiar faces causes the inevitable transformation of its lead to pick up exciting speed.
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Series 3 of Better Caul Saul picks up where Series 2 left off and sees Chuck with a potentially incriminating tape recording of Jimmy's confession.
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Ratings might be down for the third season of Breaking Bad prequel Better Call Saul, but the quality remains high.
It's not a slight to the cast, however, to point out that some of the very best moments for these supporting players have as much-if not more-to do with the staging as with the delivery of dialogue.
The show is a rare prequel that stands up to the quality of the original, yet can be enjoyed on its own without having watched the source material.
Three seasons in, and Better Call Saul is fully hitting its stride. There's no better time for it, too, as the series is creeping ever closer to Jimmy McGill going full Saul Goodman.
In its masterful third season, it really broke free from the shadow of its predecessor, as Bob Odenkirk added new dimensions of slime and shame to his portrayal of hustling lawyer Slippin' Jimmy McGill.
Audience Reviews for Better Call Saul: Season 3
I'm not a fan of Bob Odenkirk's raspy voice. Sorry. Annoys the crap out of me. Having written that Jimmy McGill, Odenkirk's character, (before becoming Saul) is becoming one of television's most provocative characters.
The third season of Better Call Saul took giant leaps towards icon TV series status after two seasons of solid, but not stellar, storytelling.
It's as if the first two seasons were part of a long act one. Now this third season propelled us into act two with sizzling set-up for the Saul Goodman years.
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