Sandman |  Showrunner confirms Year 2 will adapt Season of the Mists   te

Sandman | Showrunner confirms Year 2 will adapt Season of the Mists te

As I said before the premiere of the series, Alan Heinberg is already working flat out on a possible second season of sandman. In a new interview, the showrunner revealed that the production’s writers’ room has already planned for the start of the new year and the next few episodes will be adjusted. season of fogfourth arch of the headquarters of Neil Gaimann. “I’m really looking forward to it,” the producerwriter told EW.

“At the end of the first episode [da segunda temporada]Dream [Tom Sturridge] Say Matthew [Patton Oswalt] ‘I’m going to hell and maybe I won’t come back,'” Heinberg said. “And the second starts with a rematch between Dream and Lucifer [Gwendoline Christie]. It’s so exciting! I look forward to doing something very different with Gwendoline’s look. I don’t want to spoil the surprises for those who haven’t read Season of the Mists, but this is where Dream’s troubles really begin.”

The showrunner was also excited about the possibility of bringing various deities like Thor, Odin, Loki, Anubis, Bast, SusanoonoMikoto and more to the small screen. “It’s going to be a party. It’s a very ambitious season.”

In addition to Estação das Brumas, the next season should also adapt a game of youfifth volume of the headquarters of Vertigo/DC Comics focused on the character Barbie, lived through the first year Lili Travers. “If we can do A Game of You, we’ll have a lot of characters that aren’t even human, they talk about animals and I’m really looking forward to meeting them,” said Heinberg, who also teased character appearances on Wanda, Fingerhut and Hazel, Season of Mists and A Game of You.

Sandman is a blend of modern myth and dark fantasy that combines contemporary fiction, historical drama and mystical legends. The series revolves around the people and places affected by Morpheus, the King of Dreams, in an attempt to right the cosmic and human mistakes he made in his vast existence.

The first season of the Neil Gaiman selfproduced series is available now on Netflix.

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