Good Omens Season 2: Are Crowley and Aziraphale returning to Prime anytime soon? Find out all the details about the show on Prime here.
Good Omens On Prime
Good Omens is a miniseries directed by Douglas Mackinnon. The series draws inspiration from the novel written by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett. The show borrows its title from the novel.
Neil Gaiman has also created and written the series.
The show premiered on Amazon Prime on May 31st, 2019. The series consists of six episodes.
What Is The Show About?
Good Omens revolves around the story of two old friends; one of them is an angel, the other a demon. The two descended from their respective homes on Earth a long time ago. And on Earth, they’ve stayed. They are the representatives of Heaven and Hell among humans.
Crowley is the demon, and Aziraphale, the angel. The two live somewhat peacefully on Earth, crossing paths every now and then until one day. It is the day when they come to know of the arrival of the Antichrist on Earth. If the Antichrist is here, it’s a ticking clock. There’s bound to be a war between Hell and Heaven.
Both Crowley and Aziraphale are distressed with the news. They have gotten used to Earth and quite like it here. Afraid of losing the lives they’ve created for themselves, they do everything in their power to avert it.
But to do so, they must come together and fight on the same side. Will they be able to do it?
Watch the trailer of the show here.
Cast Of The Show (Good Omens Season 2)
Crowley and Aziraphale start the show. David Tennant portrays the character of Crowley, the demon. Michael Sheen plays Aziraphale.
Other characters of the show are:
- Adria Arjona as Anathema Device
- Miranda Richardson as Madame Tracy
- Michael McKean as Witchfinder Sargeant Shadwell
- Jack Whitehall as Newton Pulsifer
- Frances McDormand as the voice of God
- John Hamm as Archangel Gabriel
The first season of Good Omens acquired a large viewership on Prime. As a result, Prime is excited to make a sequel of the show. However, Gaiman is the in-charge of the development.
Gaiman doesn’t want to deviate from the original storyline of the novel. Which is why the second will need a lot of effort from him.
Has Prime cancelled the season 2? Find out here.
So far, there’s no news on the production of the second season. But we’ll keep you posted on everything we here. Stay tuned.