Good Omens Season 2 is coming! The showrunners have confirmed that the second season will be six episodes long, and they’re also promising a “radical shift” in tone. We can’t wait to see what this new season has in store for us. It’s going to be so good!
Everything We Know About Good Omens Season 2 So Far so far
When ‘Good Omens,’ a hilarious novel about an angel and a devil who join forces to prevent the end of the world, was turned into a TV series, most people predicted it would be a one-off limited run. After all, there was only one book released, and the conclusion was definitive.
The drama was well-received, however, there will now be a sequel. Here’s what we know so far about season 2 of ‘Good Omens,’ based on the announcement from Amazon Studios.
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Season 2 of Good Omens is now available to stream on Amazon Prime. When and where can you see it?
Like the first, Amazon Prime Video will broadcast the second season of ‘Good Omens.’ There isn’t a specific date set yet, but in June 2021, we were informed that there will be a second season. “The thing I’m most looking forward to is getting back into the saddle and writing for an Agatha Christie novel again,” said Mr. Pratchett in a statement. “I’m thinking about maybe doing another book with one of my good friends, Neil Gaiman, who co-wrote the book with me.”
What mischief will our favorite angel and demon get into this time around?
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The production was building sets in Scotland, which is why we learned in June that Amazon had greenlit a second season. The next season will have six episodes and is currently filming in Scotland. Based on this schedule, ‘Good Omens’ season two will premiere in 2022 or early 2023.
What Does Good Omens Season 2 Will Be About?
Gaiman has stated that he and Pratchett had planned a second book in 1989, while the first season covered events from ‘Good Omens.’ Gaiman also revealed that Pratchett, who died in 2015, was enthusiastic about seeing both works adapted to the small screen.
“We’re back! And I’ve been working on a new job for him. This time he’s got a psychic with him, and she has no idea who or what he is.” “He wanted the story told, and if that worked, he wanted the rest of the story told.’
We’ll see “what happens in London,” and we’ll learn more about how Pickering’s world works.
Gaiman’s description is vague, but it appears that the second season will feature a mystery.
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What We Know About the Season 2 Writers and Directors of Good Omens
Season 2 will undergo a shift in tone and structure similar to season 1, with a new showrunner replacing Gaiman. Douglas Mackinnon, the season 1 director, has been promoted to co-showrunner. Mackinnon is also working as a showrunner on an adaptation of Gaiman’s work, ‘Anansi Boys,’ for Amazon Studios.
Neil Gaiman decided to enlist the help of writer/actor John Finnemore for season 2 of ‘Good Omens.’ “I’d been a fan of John Finnemore’s for years and had the delight of working with him on ‘With Great Pleasure,’ ” Gaiman stated on his website. ‘I contacted John if he would be willing to collaborate with me on the next round of “Good Omens,” and was thrilled when he accepted.’
Speaking of the season 2 premiere, Neil Gaiman has also hinted at surprising supporting cast members for the second season. Never fear, however.
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What We Know About the Good Omens Season 2 Cast
Season 2 of ‘Good Omens’ will see the return of the demon Crowley played by David Tennant and the angel Aziraphale played by Michael Sheen. The chemistry between them in the first season was undeniable, and I’m sure many ‘Good Omens’ fans are interested in seeing them together again. We don’t know yet who will be joining everyone’s favorite angel and demon in the second season, though one can’t help but hope that Jon Hamm will reprise his role as the jackass angel Gabriel.
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