“Better Call Saul” starring Bob Odenkirk and Jonathan Banks returns for Season 2 on Feb. 15, 2016 on AMC in the U.S. The prequel to AMC’s cult series “Breaking Bad” recently wrapped up its production.

AMC had green lit Season 2 of “Better Call Saul” before Season 1 premiere. At the time, it had ordered 13 episodes, but now, Season 2 will also consist of 10 episodes like Season 1.

According to co-creator Peter Gould, McGill is set for some unexpected, surprising turns in Season 2. “Jimmy McGill’s journey takes surprising, left-handed turns in Season 2. He goes to places we’d never, ever expected," Gould said.

Speaking about Mike Ehrmantraut (Jonathan Banks), he said, “... he’s pulled deeper into a world he was sure he’d left forever. We can’t wait to share the next chapter of ‘Better Call Saul’ with the fans who have embraced the show.”

In addition to announcing the premiere date, AMC also released the official synopsis of "Better Call Saul" Season 2.

A prequel to the award-winning series "Breaking Bad," the series follows down-on-his-luck Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk) as he navigates the moral dilemmas of the legal world while trying to step out of his older brother's shadow and make a name for himself. Season one found Jimmy stumble upon a large class-action lawsuit, which led to a promising job opportunity at a large firm. Having arrived at a fork in the road, will Jimmy take the straight and narrow path with a safe corporate job or will he fall back into his "Slippin' Jimmy" con-artist ways?

“Better Call Saul” tells the story of McGill’s transformation into a criminal lawyer, Saul Goodman. The series made its debut on Feb. 08, 2014, and the first season has earned the title of the third highest rated season in cable broadcast history, following AMC’s “Fear the Walking Dead” and “The Walking Dead.”

This year, “Better Call Saul” Season 1 scored six Emmy nominations, including for Outstanding Actor In a Drama Series (Odenkirk), Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series (Banks), Outstanding Writing For a Drama Series , Outstanding Drama Series and more.

Meanwhile, Netflix has dropped a new trailer of “Better Call Saul” featuring scenes from Season 1. There are also some scenes from the upcoming season.

“Better Call Saul” Season 1 finale, “Marco,” wrapped up with Jimmy telling Mike that he won’t make the mistake of doing the right thing again.

Watch “Better Call Saul” Season 2 trailer:

[Youtube/Netflix UK & Ireland]

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