It was clear from the Season 1 finale of  "Better Call Saul" that Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk) had decided to go down the path of no return leading to him becoming Saul Goodman -- the lawyer fans know and love from "Breaking Bad." Well, the AMC spinoff series has begun work on Jimmy's transformation into Goodman in Season 2, which will air in early 2016. 

"Better Call Saul" executive producer -- and "Breaking Bad" vet -- Thomas Schnauz tweeted Tuesday that the AMC series was about to have its first production meeting for Season 2. He attached a picture with the seats and namecards for himself and co-executive producers and series creators, Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould. See Schnauz's tweet below:

One fan on twitter deduced from the table arrangement in the photo that picture was from a cast table read of a Season 2 script, but Schnauz was quick to clarify.

Fans will remember that Season 1 ended with with Jimmy walking out on a partnership offer from a large Sante Fe law firm -- thanks to Kim's (Rhea Seehorn) recommendation -- after returning home from Chicago, where he had been running cons again with Marco (Mel Rodriguez) ... until Marco dropped dead. An emotional Jimmy, on the outs with both his brother (Michael McKean) and Hamlin, Hamlin & McGill, decided to go it alone. On his way out of the parking lot he asks Mike (Jonathan Banks) why they did not keep the Kettlemans' embezzled money. He asserted that whatever stopped him will never stop him again, driving off on his way to become Saul Goodman. 

What will Jimmy be doing when "Better Call Saul" returns? Fans will have to wait to find out. Season 2 will premiere on AMC in early 2016.