Long live Aziraphale and Crowley. In a most unexpected twist, Amazon has announced that Good Omens will have a second season. The fiction was conceived in the first place as a miniseries and, given that 2 years have passed since its premiere, nothing seemed to indicate that it was going to continue. But it is like this. The study wants to bet on the adaptation of the novel by Neil Gaiman, which is titled Good Omens in Spanish.

According to TVLine, Michael Sheen and David Tennant will return to give life to their characters, the angel Aziraphale and the demon Crowley, respectively, in six new episodes, which join the six of their first installment. Filming is expected to begin this year in Scotland. Neil Gaiman will continue to be part of the team as executive producer alongside his partner Douglas Mackinnon, who will also direct.

What can we expect from the new season? As stated by the studio, “they will explore plots that go beyond the source material to illuminate the strange friendship between Aziraphale, a fussy angel and unique book merchant, and the demon and raider Crowley. Having been on Earth from the beginning and after. A thwarted apocalypse, Aziraphale and Crowley return to easy life alongside mortals in London’s Soho when an unexpected messenger presents them with a shocking mystery.”

Creator Neil Gaiman ensures that fans will see all their doubts resolved. ” There are many questions that people have asked themselves about what happens after – also about what happens before – to our favorite angel and devil. Here are the answers you are waiting for. We return to Soho and, through time and space, solving a mystery that begins with an angel wandering through Soho without memory,” he declared in a statement.

It is not surprising that Gaiman has agreed to make a second part of the miniseries if we consider that he, along with Terry Pratchett -co-author of the novel-, considered continuing the story. In 1989, while visiting the World Fantasy Convention in Seattle, the writers began to shape it into a sleepless night. Shortly after, Pratchett was not entirely clear and the project came to a standstill. Some of the elements that Gaiman designed with his partner made it to the miniseries, such as the angel Gabriel, played by Jon Hamm in fiction.