Gus and Saul doing business today at the grand opening of #PollosHermanos! #SXSW pic.twitter.com/fWHzkq3LOJ— Giancarlo Esposito (@quiethandfilms) March 12, 2017Esposito closed out the day with an imposing pose in front of his restaurant. Like an actual boss. Jimmy’s Fall Is All About Chuck on Better Call SaulWe Knew Things Would Come to This on Better Call Saul And that’s a wrap!! So amazed and appreciative to all the fans who came out to support #PollosHermanos and @BetterCallSaul!! pic.twitter.com/ltVCOzlLMC— Giancarlo Esposito (@quiethandfilms) March 13, 2017Season three of Better Call Saul premieres Monday April 10 on AMC.Relive Season Two digitally now with Amazon Video. POLLOS in #Austin! I am open for business. -Gus #SXSW pic.twitter.com/8sSjXCAc7U— Giancarlo Esposito (@quiethandfilms) March 10, 2017Some folks were lucky enough to eat their fried chicken in the same room where Gus and Saul were conducting some “business.” Stay on target The third season of AMC’s Better Call Saul has a premier date (April 10) and the cast is at Austin’s South by Southwest festival to start building the hype. If you haven’t been watching, Better Call Saul is a rare spinoff that’s as good as, and might even be better than, its source material. Seriously, catch up as soon as you can because season three promises to bring in even more characters from Breaking Bad.Most notably, the upcoming season will feature the return of Gus Fring and Los Pollos Hermanos. Gus was probably the most dangerous adversary Walter White faced in Breaking Bad, and we can’t wait to see exactly how Jimmy/Future Saul got involved with him in the first place. Until then, we have actor Giancarlo Esposito’s Twitter. Those lucky enough to attend SXSW this year had the opportunity to eat at an actual Los Pollos Hermanos. For once, you could be absolutely sure that the money you spent at a fast food chicken chain would in some way end up in the hands of a methamphetamine cartel. You know, as opposed to merely suspecting.The rest of us who couldn’t make it down to Austin have to live vicariously through Esposito, who posted photos of the pop up to his Twitter feed.