american gods season 2

American Gods has undergone some surprising behind-the-scenes changes since season 1 ended. Now, American Gods season 2 is ready to begin production, and the first look at the reunited cast has arrived. See the first image from American Gods season 2 below.

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Where are your gods now?

American Gods has been undergoing some serious reshuffling after showrunners Bryan Fuller and Michael Green left the series after its first season aired on Starz. And now the first casualty of this shake-up has emerged: Gillian Anderson.

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Ghormenghast TV series

Neil Gaiman is stepping up his TV game. The author has been gradually making his way over to the small screen, first executive producing the Starz adaptation of his magnum opus novel, American Gods, then taking on the role of showrunner for the BBC adaptation of Good Omens. Now, he will be teaming up with Akiva Goldsman to develop a TV adaptation of fantasy novels that he had no part in writing.

Gaiman and Goldman will be adapting the Gormenghast TV series, based off of Mervyn Peake’s acclaimed fantasy series.

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New American Gods showrunner
American Gods
 recently hit a speed-bump when showrunners Bryan Fuller and Michael Green departed the project after season 1 had wrapped. Now American Gods season 2 has brought on a new showrunner: Jesse Alexander, who has worked on Hannibal and Star Trek: Discovery, will serve as the new showrunner alongside American Gods creator Neil Gaiman.

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American Gods season 2

Starz CEO Chris Albrecht spoke to the Television Critics Association on Friday. When asked about the departures of American Gods showrunners Bryan Fuller and Michael Green, and cast member Gillian Anderson, who played the god Media, Albrecht said author Neil Gaiman, who wrote the novel that the show is based upon, would be promoted to showrunner.

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American Gods season 2

Some breaking, disappointing news: American Gods showrunners Bryan Fuller and Michael Green are departing the Starz series before season 2 begins. While Fuller and Green have already written most of the scripts for the second season, they are departing the series after clashing with production subsidiary FremantleMedia over budget and creative differences.

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jon hamm joins good omens

Jon Hamm may look like an angel and now he finally gets to play one in the Amazon fantasy series, Good Omens.

Jon Hamm joins Good Omens to play the archangel Gabriel in Neil Gaiman‘s miniseries adaptation of his and Terry Pratchett‘s 1990 apocalyptic novel. While Gabriel, who acts as God’s messenger, appeared only briefly in the book, Gaiman is expanding the role for the miniseries now that Hamm has been cast.

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neil gaiman treehouse of horror

The Simpsons are reviving their collaboration with renowned science fiction and horror writer Neil Gaiman for the show’s annual “Treehouse of Horror” episode in a positively purr-fect partnership.

But instead of a cameo from an animated version of the author himself, Gaiman will be voicing a character from a familiar story of his.

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Good Omens

Monday has arrived with some good omens, indeed.

Neil Gaiman, who will be writing and running the miniseries adaptation of his and Terry Pratchett‘s 1990 novel Good Omens, released the first look at stars David Tennant and Michael Sheen in costume as the demon Crowley and angel Aziraphale, respectively. Three words: Blonde. Michael. Sheen.

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how to talk to girls at parties trailer

Elle Fanning continues her electric career playing precocious teens on the cusp of sexual awakening with her role as the eccentric love interest in How to Talk to Girls at Parties — but with a twist. This time, Fanning is an alien newly indoctrinated into 1970s’ London’s punk rock scene.

Based off of Neil Gaiman‘s short story of the same name, How to Talk to Girls at Parties marks director John Cameron Mitchell‘s return to feature films after a seven-year hiatus. Now it seems like Mitchell will be swiveling from the morose tone of his last film Rabbit Hole, and recapturing the oddball effervescence of his earlier film, Hedwig and the Angry Inch.

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