As Neil Gaiman fans gear up for Netflix The SandmanFinally premiering next month, a second season of another streaming hit based on one of the author’s best-selling works is also on the way. good omens became an internet sensation when it dropped in 2019, with viewers enjoying the apocalyptic comedy, adapted by Gaiman himself from the novel he wrote with Terry Pratchett.
Due to public demand, a second season was released to cameras earlier this year, with Michael Sheen and David Tennant returning to reprise their beloved roles as Aziraphale the angel and Crowley the devil. However, for anyone hoping to get their first look at the new series at Comic-Con this weekend, Gaiman has some bad news. When asked about this possibility by a fan, admitted the PE we have “a long, long wait” for a trailer to arrive.
This made people worry that good omens the second season had hit a snag, with one even accusing the show of being cancelled. However, Gaiman soon clarified that people have nothing to fear and explained that nothing unusual is happening here. We are still editing good omens Season 2,” he replied. “Trailers aren’t made until the ENTIRE show has been edited, enough CGI has been done so the trailer isn’t shot against a green screen, and the network knows when the show will premiere.”
Sheen and Tennant will be joined by many of the supporting cast from the first season, including Michael McKean, Miranda Richardson, Reece Shearsmith and Nina Sosanya, though some will take on different roles. Newcomers include Andi Osho, Tim Downie, Liz Carr, Quelin Sepulveda, and Shelley Conn. And don’t worry, Jon Hamm is back as Gabriel. The original story will begin when an amnesiac angel appears at Aziraphale and Crowley’s doorstep, throwing them back into another doomsday adventure.
Weather good omens could be far The Sandman arrives on Netflix on August 5.