Although Netflix is doubling down on original content, the streaming service still heavily relies on content produced by TV networks. AMC has proved a valuable partner, allowing the company to syndicate the final season of Breaking Bad and offer episodes soon after they aired in the US. The same can be said of its spin-off, Better Call Saul, which premiered on Netflix in February 2015 and has today returned for a second season.
Season 2 sees Jimmy McGill (played by Bob Odenkirk) continue to struggle with life as a lawyer and a con-man -- making decisions that will ultimately see him ditch his name and become Saul Goodman. Due to licencing agreements, only the first episode is available today, with others appearing on a week-by-week basis. It's a departure from Netflix's Originals strategy, but it'll ensure you'll have content to watch once you've finished the second series of Daredevil.