In Better Call Saul, we get a chance to watch how Tuco started his career. His intro in Breaking Bad is simply a drug lord who has lot of connections. But we never knew about how he started his drug distribution empire. And for those who watched Breaking Bad,
we know Tuco will die and who isn't glad enough to see him back.
But speaking about spoiling, actually for those who have watched Breaking, it's Breaking Bad that spoils Better Call Saul. I don't mean Better Call Saul is bad for those who watched Breaking Bad but actually it is more interesting if you haven't watched Breaking Bad. If you watch Better Call Saul and then watch Breaking Bad, then definitely Breaking Bad will be breaking new grounds. The reason why I say this is because some characters we see in Better Call Saul will then be seen again.
We know Tuco will be dead and how he dies in Breaking Bad. For those who didn't watch Breaking Bad they are lucky to see how the character develops into a powerful one (Tuco). The same goes for Mike Ehrmantraut.
So in Better Call Saul they would see those powerful characters develop and they won't be seeing them for like one or two seasons in Breaking Bad. But when they see them back in Breaking Bad as an even powerful role, now that is excitingly awesome. You never know what is going to happen next.
They kept us on the nerve with Walter White and Jesse Pinkman. Now for persons who watch Better Call Saul and then watch Breaking Bad -- that's where you get the advantage. You never know what is going to happen to all those characters. It actually improves the plot for the viewer. So for those who didn't watch Breaking Bad, now I feel jealous of you guys.
But that doesn't mean those who did not watch Breaking Bad are lucky, they do miss a lot of exciting scenes in Better call Saul. The reason is:
We know who Gus Fring is but got no idea why Gus Fring lives such a normal life though he has a lot of money. Why doesn't he have a family.
Maybe because his friend was shot dead right in front of him by Don Eladio but but even after becoming so rich and having such high security why doesn't he have a family.
There is an ocean of thriller that can be created by Gus's past life history and only those who watched Breaking Bad will be excited to see this because how on earth will they know who Gus Fring is when they start to watch Better Call Saul first. How Saul had come in contact with Gus and Ed. Again a huge opportunity to make it more interesting for those who watched Breaking Bad. We never knew how Mike met Gus (though we now know how Saul met Mike).
And who wouldn't want to see Walter White and Jesse Pinkman doing a guest role in Better Call Saul. Though there is no conformation of them doing a guest role but just imagine a moment where suddenly Walter White appears in a supermarket and passes by Saul but they both won't notice. The new watchers won't understand this but watching Walter White just for a moment in Better Call Saul can shoot up the TRP rating for Better Call Saul to record heights.
So speaking, the creators have made it in such a way that if you watch Breaking Bad you miss something in Better Call Saul and if you haven't watched Breaking Bad then again you miss something in Better Call Saul.