The second series of Better Call Saulhas got a new trailer and it seems Jimmy is about to get tougher.
The Netflix series, which depicts how the Breaking Bad favourite went from being the honest and clean Jimmy McGill into the crooked Saul Goodman fans know and love, returns to the streaming service tomorrow (February 16).
In the clip, the down on his luck lawyer – played by Bob Odenkirk – won’t be playing by the rules this time around, with Kim Wexler (Rhea Seehorn) even suggesting he’s having a midlife crisis.
The trailer also gives a glimpse into Jimmy’s more criminal operations, with Saul saying at one point: “I’ve been doing the right thing for all these years now, and where has it got me? Nowhere.”
Breaking Bad favourite Mike Ehrmantraut (Jonathan Banks) also features in the clip, with the second series of the Netflix series set to explore Jimmy’s transformation into Saul Goodman.
Odenkirk and Banks will also be joined once again by Michael McKean as Chuck McGill and Seehorn as Kim.
Season one of the Breaking Bad spin-off series was nominated for six Primetime Emmy Awards last year, including Outstanding Drama Series and Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series for Bob Odenkirk. However, it failed to win in any category.
Better Call Saul season 2 starts tonight (February 15) on AMC in the US. Netflix will stream the show in the UK from February 16.
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