Following the addition of Michael McKean last month, AMC's Breaking Bad spin-off Better Call Saul has added Patrick Fabian, Rhea Seehorn and Michael Mando to the cast.

While their characters have not been confirmed, Deadline reports that they are all playing characters who were listed in a casting breakdown released last month. Patrick Fabian is playing Burt, a "Kennedy" type lawyer from a prestigious firm, Rhea Seehorn is portraying another attorney named Beth, and Michael Mando is playing Eddie, a Spanish-speaking career criminal. The only two characters left to be cast from the breakdown are Zak and Luke, a pair of skateboarding twin brothers in their 20s.

Breaking Bad stars Bob Odenkirk and Jonathan Banks are reprising their roles as Saul Goodman and Mike Ehrmantraut in Better Call Saul, which will take place before the events portrayed in Breaking Bad. Aaron Paul revealed last month that he wants to come back as Jesse Pinkman, but Dean Norris said in March that his return is unlikely, due to his commitment to CBS' Under the Dome.

Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan co-wrote the pilot script with Peter Gould, with the new series slated to debut sometime in November on AMC.

Patrick Fabian is best known for playing Cotton Marcus in the 2010 big-screen thriller The Last Exorcism. Rhea Seehorn most recently had arcs on Showtime's House of Lies and TNT's Franklin & Bash. Michael Mando portrays Vic on the critically-acclaimed BBC America series Orphan Black.