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Another Breaking Bad cast member has joined Bob Odenkirk in the AMC spinoff Better Call Saul, making it even more clear that the show will give fans a reunion of sorts. 

Jonathan Banks is set to return as Mike Ehrmantraut, the former police officer-turned-kingpin henchman, for the prequel series focusing on lawyer Saul Goodman. It, of course, makes sense that someone like Mike would return, since he was first introduced as a freelance fixer in service to Saul. It also implies that other characters like, say, Mike's employer Gustavo Fring (played by Giancarlo Esposito) might come back. Something to keep in mind: Better Call Saul is supposed to be more of a comedy than its predecessor. The Hollywood Reporter's Michael O'Connell reported that Banks will be a series regular. 

During the Television Critics Association press tour earlier this month, AMC gave Better Call Saul a November premiere date, so we've got a while before learning who else is going to show up. 

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