We haven’t seen the last of Aziraphale and Crowley. Amazon will bring back Good Omens for a second season.
The show was originally presented as a limited series, adapting the book by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman. It saw Michael Sheen take on the role of angel Aziraphale and David Tennant play the demon Crowley. In the first season, the unlikely duo team up to save the world from the apocalypse.
The first season of Good Omens essentially followed the plot of the novel. So, this additional season will go beyond the original source material, creating a new story for our dynamic duo. In season 2, the angel and demon are getting back to easy living amongst the mortals in London’s Soho. That, of course, is when an unexpected messenger presents a surprising mystery.
Amazon Prime Video Renews Good Omens for Season 2
Gaiman himself described the upcoming plot in a blog post directed to fans:
“We’ve been keeping it secret for a long time (mostly because otherwise my mail and Twitter feeds would have turned into gushing torrents of What Can You Tell Us About It? long ago) but we are now at the point where sets are being built in Scotland (which is where we’re shooting, and more about filming things in Scotland soon), and we can’t really keep it secret any longer.
There are so many questions people have asked about what happened next (and also, what happened before) to our favourite Angel and Demon. Here are, perhaps, some of the answers you’ve been hoping for.
As Good Omens continues, we will be back in Soho, and all through time and space, solving a mystery which starts with one of the angels wandering through a Soho street market with no memory of who they might be, on their way to Aziraphale’s bookshop.
(Although our story actually begins about five minutes before anyone had got around to saying “Let there be Light”.)”
So, not an overwhelming amount of plot reveals there, but we do have an inkling as to where season 2 will go. For more background details about the creation of Good Omens, check out Gaiman’s full blog here.
Meanwhile, check back to THS for more updates on season 2.
Source: Neil Gaiman