American Gods Season 2: New Showrunner and 3 More Reason to Watch

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Starz announced that it had renewed American Gods for the next season and picked up a new showrunner.

The return is scheduled for January 2019.

Read on Nexter.org why the second season is definitely worth watching.

New showrunner

Showrunners Michael Green and Bryan Fuller left the show because of the budget problems.

Jesse Alexander is to work On American Gods 2, which is a great news as he previously has written some of the episodes of Star Trek: Discovery and Hannibal.

Gaiman, the creator of the original story, said that Alexander “loves and understands the book, he loves and understands the TV series and he’s dedicated to making future seasons of American Gods as good and as beautiful and as unique as they can be.”

Source: hollywoodreporter.com

Mr. Wednesday as Odin

At the end of the first season, the most mysterious character of the show, Mr. Wednesday, has revealed himself to us as the powerful god – Odin.

We can’t wait to see him showing his true powers and getting into the battle with Mr. World and his super-crew.

Source: digitalspy.com

More episodes!

The previous season was cut down to eight episodes, but it was commissioned as ten episodes.

The former showrunners asked to bring down 8 as the material of 4 and 5 episodes didn’t fit the story.

They probably will be used in the second season, which has 10 episodes. However, it might change, due to the new showrunner decisions.

Source: mlifestyle.org

New characters

The former showrunners gave a hint that there would be probably a lot of new characters taken from the book.

For instance, Whiskey Jack, Hinzelmann, “Low Key” Lyesmith, Sam Black Crow,  Mama Zouzou and Mama-Ji.

Source: collider.com

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