AMC spin-off series "Better Call Saul" season 2 is likely to focus on the new twists and turns in Jimmy McGill aka Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk) and his brother Charles McGill aka Chuck's (Michael McKean) relationship.

Throughout the first season, the protagonist was trying to impress his brother, but things may change in the upcoming sequel. Odenkirk's character might concentrate on his personal benefits and try to please himself rather than anyone else in the second season, according to creator Peter Gould.

While teasing about AMC series, the showrunner said, "So much of what Jimmy does in season one is to please his brother. To try to win his brother's approval. So who is Jimmy without that goal? Who is Jimmy if he's not thinking about "Is this going to prove to Chuck that I'm a good person?" What is he without those ideas?"

Gould even stated that season 2 will show the dramatisation of changes that is going to have a great impact on Jimmy's life. "I think all of us have these moments in our lives where we've lived by an idea and that idea suddenly changes. That was really the idea of dramatising that change by giving him an opportunity that he would have loved to have really recently. As for what he's going to do next, we're leaving it a little bit open, but you can safely say whatever he's gong to do next truly pleases him," The Hollywood Reporter quoted him.

So fans of "The Breaking Bad" spin off series can wait to watch the new changes that are going to take place in Jimmy and Chuck's lives when the show returns with season 2 in 2016.