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New trailer for Better Call Saul Season 2

Everyone's currently obsessed with a Netflix show about the American legal system, but we're equally excited about another one that's about to return.

Better Call Saul, the prequel to Breaking Bad, which focuses on dodgy lawyer Saul Goodman's descent to the dark side, is about to come back for its second series. A new trailer has been released, offering the first glimpse of footage from season two.

There's a clear indication that, after the scene-setting and hugely enjoyable first effort, this is going to be the one that sees Slippin' Jimmy move away from his principled roots.

Series 2 will premiere on Netflix on 16 February, just after it airs in the US on cable network AMC. Netflix will release the ten episodes one per week, to keep pace with the (old fashioned) TV schedule.

Its co-creator Peter Gould recently promised "10 big, big episodes". We'll hold you to that Pete.



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