Good Omens – Season 2: Trailer Talk

Good Omens - Season 2: Trailer Talk

Good Omens – Season 2: Trailer Talk

There are shows that I will rarely binge-watch; I usually take my time to ingest the show’s plot, especially if it’s a long running one. However, ‘Good Omens’ was one I happily consumed in a single day; it was delightful, funny and a great adaptation of the book by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman. But it was a surprise to hear that a second series is coming. A surprise and a welcome one. 

The second series of ‘Good Omens’ once again follows the demon Crowley (David Tennant – Doctor Who) and angel Aziraphale (Michael Sheen – The Sandman, Quiz) as they continue to live on Earth after the events of the previous series.



Because the first series was an adaptation of the book, all of the characters have been developed and established and are well known by mainstream audiences by now. This means that the second series can be its own narrative. And it looks like this series will be a mystery, because archangel Gabriel has supposedly lost his memory, placing Aziraphale and Crowley as suspects number one. 

While the story is separate from the book, ‘Good Omens Season 2’ looks fantastic: David Tennant and Michael Sheen’s onscreen chemistry is perfect, and I can’t wait to see the two unlikely duo again. And now that the source material is covered, it gives Neil Gaiman free reign to continue the story in the way that he wants, and it once again looks funny and delightful.


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