The Sandman is gearing up for one hell of a family reunion. The Netflix adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s dark fantasy comics revealed new casting for the Endless today.

The world of The Sandman revolves around the Endless, anthropomorphic representations of the powerful natural forces they embody. The series primarily follows Dream (Tom Sturridge). But season 1 of the series also featured Dream’s siblings Death (Kirby), Desire (Mason Alexander Park), and Despair (Donna Preston). These powerful beings will return in season 2, but the sophomore season will also introduce new members of the Endless family.

Today, Netflix revealed key casting for the rest of Dream’s powerful family. Esmé Creed-Miles joins The Sandman as Delirium. Previously known as Delight, she’s the youngest of the Endless. Once the personification of joy and pleasure, she’s now a bit mad.

Adrian Lester plays Destiny, the first and oldest of the Endless. He’s considered the head of the family.

Barry Sloane plays The Prodigal, the only member of the Endless to abandon his realm and responsibilities. His absence is referenced in the first season of The Sandman, though his true identity is kept a mystery. (If you don’t mind spoilers, you can learn more about The Prodigal here.)

You can watch Netflix’s teaser with a first look at these new stars in character below.

In addition to Sturridge and the other members of The Endless set to return for season 2, a number of other actors will also reappear. Returning cast members include Patton Oswalt, Vivienne Acheampong, Gwendoline Christie, Jenna Coleman, Ferdinand Kingsley, Stephen Fry, Asim Chaudhry, Sanjeev Bhaskar, Vanesu Samunyai, and Razane Jammal.

In season 1 of The Sandman, Dream — the powerful cosmic being who controls all our dreams — is unexpectedly captured and held prisoner for over a century, he must journey across different worlds and timelines to fix the chaos his absence has caused.

You can stream the first season of The Sandman on Netflix now, as well as another series set in the same universe, Dead Boy Detectives.

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