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Brilliant new trailer for Better Call Saul: Season Two


“So this is what a midlife crisis looks like.”

We wouldn’t go that far but judging by the looks of the latest trailer for Better Call Saul Season Two, Slippin’ Jimmy certainly seems to be slipping into his old ways.

Returning to screens on 16 February, the rise fall and rise again of Bob Odenkirk’s well-meaning lawyer Saul Goodman continues in the Breaking Bad prequel which once again finds him unable to catch a break and still going by the name Jimmy McGill.

As he turns toward the dark side, there’s more menacing from Mike, the reappearance of Jimmy’s brother Chuck (who betrayed him in the last season) and even more cameos to sate the appetite of Breaking Bad fans - one reportedly being Aaron Paul.

Just when you thought your Netflix addiction was over.



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