Neil Gaiman is the writer of the novel American Gods.
Bryan Fuller and Michael Green brought us a TV series for it.
And, now we are finally getting the third instalment of it.
The story is about an ex-convict, Shadow Moon.
He suffers from the tragic death of his wife and grieves, unknown of what is waiting for him.
Soon he meets Mr Wednesday, an amiable but crafty con man. Mr Wednesday hires him as his bodyguard.
While working for Mr Wednesday, Shadow Moon unlocks a new version of America he did not know of before.
He realises that magic is real, and the new gods are Technology and Media.
In combat to come, Mr Wednesday prepares to unite Old Gods against the new ones.
The story shows Shadow’s struggle with the new world and accepting it.
American Gods’ Season 3 Feud
The social media holds proof of what goes down between Ricky Whittle and Orlando Jones.
“Using the racism card to burn ur friends house down is clever, but we both know it’s incompetence, not racism & we are caught in the crossfire.”
The controversy takes place on Sunday.
It is when Orlando Jones lashes out that Ricky Whittle lashes back.
Along with the feud, we have Elgee’s representative calling out on Jones.
The backstage drama goes ugly and wrong.
We are not sure what to expect next but not friendship between Orlando Jones and Ricky Whittle.
American Gods Season 3 Details
We are well into 2020, and we expect to see the third instalment of American Gods soon.
The last season dates back to March 2019.
Therefore, thinking of the series to return by June 2020 is not wrong.
As of now, we know that Charles “Chic” Elgee is the new showrunner for American Gods.
Neil Gaiman also reveals on Twitter that the series is going to take place at “Lakeside”.
We know of Lakeside from the book as a mysterious place.
As for the cast, Ricky Whittle returns as Shadow Moon.
However, with Elgee being the showrunner, we now know that Orlando Jones is no longer a part of the show.
“I’m thrilled American Gods has been renewed for a third season, and even more thrilled that I’m getting to work on it with Chic Eglee,” said Gaiman.
It seems that the most optimistic projection at the moment would be for it to arrive in the summer of 2020.