PEDESTRIAN.TV has partnered with Stan because season three of Better Caul Saul starts streaming exclusively on Stan on April 11 (which, FYI, is the same day as the US). To celebrate its release on Stan, Sydney‘s scoring a pop up Los Pollos Hermanos – keep reading to find out more.

“say pop again”


ANYWAY, Sydney-siders are going to be treated to the event to end all events: a Los Pollos Hermanos themed pop-up – the fast food chain famously featured in Breaking Bad. TV streaming service Stan are making the magic happen to celebrate Better Call Saul‘s third season, which will be available exclusively on their service on the same day as the US. 

From tomorrow til April 12, Los Pollos Hermanos is completely taking over Thirsty Bird in Potts Point (Shop 3, 2-14 Bayswater Road, Potts Point) will be serving a 11:30am-3pm lunch, and a 5pm-8:30pm dinner. OH, JUST AS A CASUAL BTW: Gus Fring – the fictional chain’s owner + devil spawn from Breaking Bad – who’s known as Giancarlo Esposito IRL – will be there handing out meth opening the pop up?!

He’ll also be signing a few things for a couple of minutes, not to mention Stan’s organising an exclusive meet ‘n greet (which you can learn more about HERE) for a few lucky folks. 

In case you haven’t seen the below trailer for Better Call Saul season three, Gus and Los Pollos Hermanos are set to play a pivotal role in the show’s narrative and we’re so bloody keen on it. With him now on board, who knows who / what else will feature…

Stan will also be giving away merch and prizes to those who go balls to the wall with their cosplay. In other words, getting dressed up for this event like a character from Better Call Saul will likely yield bulk dividends.

Yep, pop-ups don’t get much better than this. You can head HERE to learn more about it. 

Also, if you’re keen on injecting even more Better Call Saul into your life then make sure you’ve signed up with Stan HERE. It’ll ensure you can watch episodes as they drop in the US.  

Now go get yo’self some free chicken, y’all.

Talent in Image: Giancarlo Esposito.

Photo: Supplied.