Fans are about to see a new face in the up and coming “Better Call Saul” season 4. It was officially announced that “Deadpool 2” star Stefan Kapicic will be joining Bob Odenkirk and the rest of the “BCS” cast. His role is unknown at this time. The Hollywood Reporter confirmed the coming of the 39-year-old star in the “Breaking Bad” prequel’s new season. However, although his exact role is not yet revealed, it has been said he will be playing a recurring role, according to Screenrant.

‘Deadpool 2’ star heading to Albuquerque

Stefan Kapicic is now on his way to Albuquerque to Film “Better Call Saul” season 4.

In fact, the actor best known for his stint as Colossus revealed how excited he is to be a part of the hit AMC television series. "I'm thrilled that I have a chance to become a part of the Better Call Saul family,” he said.

Kapicic revealed the Bob Odenkirk’s show is actually one of his favourite television series and it is a dream come true for him to be involved in the “Breaking Bad” universe. He also said it is a big delight to work with the talented cast and the amazing team behind this “wonderful show.” He even teased that he is now excited for fans to see what they have prepared this season.

A darker season

Meanwhile, “Better Call Saul” season 4’s production has already begun, but fans might see the show a little late.

According to Screenrant, the upcoming season might be delayed. However, fans will surely see Jimmy McGill, Kim Wexler (Rhea Seehorn), Mike Ehrmantraut (Jonathan Banks) and more, once again together soon enough.

In the first three seasons, fans saw some of the most familiar faces from the flagship series, “Breaking Bad,” like Tuco Salamanca (Raymond Cruz) and Gustavo “Gus” Fring (Giancarlo Esposito).

Now, viewers will be treated by seeing the new face of Stefan Kapicic.

The fourth season is expected to pick up where the previous season left off. To recall, in the final episode’s major cliffhanger, Chuck McGill (Michael McKean) seemed to take his own life by setting his house on fire. With this major turn of events, the series’ co-creator, Vince Gilligan, revealed the upcoming installment will be darker compared to its predecessors.

Evidently, everything that is happening is leading to Jimmy McGill’s transformation to become the famous “Breaking Bad” criminal lawyer, Saul Goodman. So, as the prequel’s story is getting closer to the original series, it looks like more original characters will crossover.