The Trailer and Release Date for American Gods Season Two is Here

By January 24, 2019 Adaptations, News, Television

It feels like we’ve been waiting for an age for season two of American Gods. The adaptation from the Neil Gaiman novel has been fantastic and season one got things off to a brilliant start.

Season one introduced us to Shadow Moon, who the story revolves around as he meets Wednesday, Mad Sweeney and the rest of the gods in what was a visual treat with some fantastic special effects. The adaptation received two Emmy nominations for Outstanding Main Title Design and Outstanding Special Visual Effects and three nominations in the Critics’ Choice Television awards including Best Drama, Best Actor (McShane) and Best Supporting Actress (Gillian Anderson).

It’s now been announced that the season two premiere will air on March 10th, 2019. The series airs on Starz, but is also available worldwide to Amazon Prime customers, and here is that much awaited trailer.

A Peek at Aziraphale’s Bookshop Ahead of Good Omens Adaptation

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Hands up if you’re excited for the Good Omens adaptation? It’s going live on May 31st on Amazon Prime! We can hardly contain our excitement and today we’re being shown around Aziraphale’s bookshop from the adaptation by Neil Gaiman in a fantastic 360 video.

Just press play and drag your screen around to look around the entire bookshop, and make sure you have the volume up, as Neil is telling us all about the features inside. Listen out for the Pratchett tribute too!

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‘Star Wars’ Actor to Headline ‘Brave New World’ TV Series

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Originally published in 1933 by the English writer Aldous Huxley, Brave New World is a dystopian novel which tells the story of a utopian society that is threatened by the arrival of an outsider named John. Fans of the books will be pleased to learn that a TV adaptation is currently underway, and Alden Ehrenreich, who played the titular character in the Star Wars film Solo has been cast as the lead.

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Netflix’s ‘The Witcher’ TV Show Set to Air This Autumn

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In the Spring of 2017, it was announced that Netflix had secured the rights to create a TV show based on Andrzej Sapkowski’s gritty fantasy novels The Witcher. The books shot to fame in recent years thanks to a series of very successful video game adaptations that received critical acclaim and gained a loyal fanbase. Those of you who are eager to begin watching a TV show based on The Witcher series will be pleased to learn that the first season is set to air later this year the Autumn.

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Game of Thrones Showrunners Explain Why the Series Won’t Spoil George R.R. Martin’s Ending

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George R.R. Martin’s fantasy series A Song of Ice and Fire became hugely popular following the success of HBO’s TV adaptation Game of Thrones, which first aired back in 2011. Eight years later and the show has become one of the most watched and talked about shows of all time and, with its final season beginning this Sunday, both book readers and show watchers are eager to see how the story ends.

 

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Julianne Moore Set to Star in Adaptation of Stephen King’s ‘Lisey’s Story’

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Lisey’s Story is a 2006 romance-horror novel by Stephen King in which the protagonist is Lisey Landon, the widow of a famous novelist. The book tells us two stories—Lisey’s story in the present, 2 years after the death of her husband, and Lisey’s memories regarding her husband’s life, who he really was and why he died.

Lisey’s Story came about when, in June 1999, Stephen King was hit by a van and seriously injured. His wife Tabitha decided to redesign his studio while King was in hospital and after seeing his books and belongings in boxes the writer got a glimpse of what it would be like if the accident had been fatal.

Speaking in 2017, Stephen King told Variety: 

“Lisey’s Story is my favourite of the books and I would love to see that done, especially now that there’s a kind of openness on the streaming services on TV and even the cable networks. There’s more freedom to do stuff now and when you do a movie from a book, there’s this thing that I call the sitting on a suitcase syndrome. That is where you try to pack in all the clothes at once and the suitcase won’t close. So it’s tough to take a book that is fully textured, and do it in two hours and 10 minutes. But as a TV show you have 10 hours.”

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Stephen King hints at future adaptations of his books

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Stephen King has teased fans with news that more of his books may be adapted to film or television in the future.

Following the success of the first part of IT in 2017 and with Doctor Sleep, and Pet Sematary coming soon, King hinted to Entertainment Weekly that there may be more adaptations in the pipeline.

Streaming sites such as Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime have become increasingly interested in showcasing already-existing stories, which King attributes in part to the success of IT.

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