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‘Better Call Saul’ Season 2 Spoilers: Jimmy McGill in trouble, cornered by men in suit in New set photos

August 5
6:35 AM 2015

Fans of "Better Call Saul" who have been clamoring for any official news about the show's second season were given two set photos to appease their hunger. Bob Odenkirk is in one of the recently released photos while the other sees Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould.

Bob Odenkirk looks a bit anxious in front of two men in suit in the new set photos of the AMC hit series that are now circulating online, Den of Geek reported. The said photos sparked speculations that McGill might be in trouble for something he'd done.

Cinemablend wrote that the last time that the audience saw Jimmy McGill, he declined an offer presented to him by the Santa Fe frim Davis & Mane, a kind of offer that he's been waiting for throughout the first season. Instead of accepting the offer, he decided that he will work as a solo litigator and make a big name for himself.

This realization was caused by his brother Chuck, who have always found a way to hinder every opportunity Jimmy to work for HHM law firm. Jimmy also told Mike, played by Jonathan Banks, that he will keep Kettleman's money and no one can stop him anymore.

The last scene from season 1 made viewers assume that Saul Goodman will finally appear in the second season but Bob Odenkirk previously teased that there will be more of Jimmy next season as there are still a lot to tackle about his life before "Breaking Bad." Jimmy will even have a good time when the series returns according to the actor.

Two set photos of "Better Call Saul" season 2 were recently released, which see Jimmy McGill in a seemingly tense situation. The other photo sees showrunners Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould. The "Breaking Bad" spinoff is expected to drop early next year.

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