"Better Call Saul" Season 2 is just around the corner. The "Breaking Bad" spinoff is set to premiere on Feb. 15, just a little over two weeks away. Here is a roundup of the spoilers and details about the upcoming AMC show.
First off, "Better Call Saul" Season 2 might feature some of the characters in "Breaking Bad." Rumors have it that aside from both Giancarlo Esposito and Tina Parker guest starring on this season of "Better Call Saul", "Breaking Bad" actors Jonathan Banks, Michael McKean, Patrick Fabian, as well as Rhea Seehorn will take part.
Crossmap reported that Esposito has a significant role to play. If the rumors are true, then he is set to play Gustavo Fring, a drug kingpin. On the other hand, Parker will be Saul Goodman's secretary. No reports have hinted on when their characters will appear in this upcoming season, though.
Cheat Sheet reported that Banks officially reprised his role as Mike Ehrmantraut, Fabian as the lawyer Howard Hamlin, Seehorn as the lawyer Kim Wexler, and McKean, as Saul.
When it comes to the storyline, Coming Soon reported that Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk) will be fighting with himself, deciding whether to stay on the moral side of the law or engage in risky business. The first season left fans with a cliffhanger as McGill rejected a job offer. Fans are left wondering if this implies that there is the possibility of him going to the dark side, especially since he found out that Chuck is dragging him down slowly. Before the finale, McGill also surmised that his brother can interfere with his progress in working for an HHM law firm. Feeling betrayed, McGill tried to sort his thoughts by going to Cicero, Illinois. He and his friend Marco then go back to their old practice of scamming people. However, Marco died after a series of unfortunate events. Entertainment Weekly reported that with this untimely death, McGill's inner turmoil grew. He decided to go back to Mexico but is now a changed man - potentially someone who would not care that much in following the law anymore. This will pave the way for the second season's introductory episode.
The second season of "Better Call Saul" premieres on Monday, February 15, 2016, at 10 PM, exclusively on AM. Later, it will be released on Netflix as well for worldwide viewers to watch it via streaming. Charlier Collier, AMC President, recently announced the second season will only have ten episodes.