Good Omens Season 2

Adapted from the 1990 publication of the identical title by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman,’ Good Omens’ is a fantasy drama that follows the experiences of a demon and angel on Earth. Crowley is a demon who functions as Satan, while Aziraphale is an angel who symbolizes paradise and serves God. Both of them are ambassadors on Earth. With the birth of the antichrist and the impending end of the world, it is the ultimate war between good and evil, heaven and hell.

The first season is a mixed bag of an unknown magical universe of good and evil with a hint of wittiness we never knew we wanted! It’s quite evident that the Amazon original left fans craving for longer with just six episodes. Well, here’s what we know about Season 2.

Good Omens Season 2 Release Dates

Due to this critical case of covid, it’s possible as of right now so we can expect the next season in mid-2022 or overdue 2022. The very first season premiered on the 31st of May, 2019, and that also on Amazon Prime Video.

If you haven’t watched the first time, take the convenient subscription and watch the entire show on Prime right now if you are becoming super bored because I bet you will like this series so much.

Good Omens Season 2 – Cast

The expected cast for the main lead for the new period of Good Omens Season 2:

  • David Tennant will be playing the part of Crowley.
  • Michael Sheen will soon be featured as Aziraphale.

The other anticipated throw to the new period of Good Omens Season 2:

  • Ned Dennehy as Hastur.
  • Anna Maxwell Martin as Beelzebub.
  • Doon Mackichan as Archangel Michael.
  • Frances McDormand as the voice of God.
  • Jon Hamm as the Archangel Gabriel.

Good Omens Season 2 Plot: What can it be About?

In Season 1, we get to witness the magnetic performances of Crowley (David Tennant) and Aziraphale (Michael Sheen), the good and wicked, accountable for Earth. Towards the end, both of them are abducted by the forces of both Heaven and Hell and so are now put on trial for treason. Aziraphale and Crowley are quickly sentenced to death by their masters — Crowley is controlled to bathe in holy water, and Aziraphale is demanded to walk into a pillar of hellfire.

The respective masters are unhappy that the battle between good and evil won’t happen soon due to the deficiency of anti-christ. But this attempt fails, and neither of these dies. It’s found out later that Crowley and Aziraphale get a scrap of paper which blew from the book of Agnes Nutter’s prophecies. They use their abilities to exchange faces and so escape unharmed. The show ends with both sharing a meal and toasting. While Season 1 informs us of the gift, it’s very likely that the second season, if produced, can narrow towards telling us the source story. Neil Gaiman is hopeful, so are we!