In anticipation of the debut of Good Omens season 2 , Prime Video has shared online the opening credits of the series based on the novel of the same name by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett
Peter Anderson , creative director of Peter Anderson Studio , who also worked on the opening credits of season 1, exclusively revealed to Polygon that the scene in the cinema will change from week to week.
Good Omens, la scena del cinema dei titoli di testa della stagione 2, cambierà di settimana in settimana pic.twitter.com/A6k0atI0XH
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He then added:
“If you look carefully, a character from the first season of the series is trying to escape from hell again! We started the sequence of the second season as a direct sequel to the first. The content of the titles was a hauntingly detailed account of the story of the new series, with some goodies for the most die-hard fans.”
The second season
Explore new stories that expand on the series’ source material to chronicle the surprising friendship between Aziraphale, a fussy angel and rare book dealer, and the fast-living demon, Crowley.
Having lived on Earth since the beginning of time and once the apocalypse is averted, Aziraphale and Crowley return to a quiet life among mortals in London’s Soho, when an unexpected messenger presents them with a startling mystery.
It includes Michael Sheen and David Tennant as the angel Aziraphale and the demon Crowley respectively, we will also find: Jon Hamm (Archangel Gabriel), Doon Mackichan (Archangel Michael) and Gloria Obianyo (Archangel Uriel).
Returning in new roles: Miranda Richardson (the demon Shax), Maggie Service (Maggie) and Nina Sosanya (Nina). To them are added: Liz Carr (the Angel Saraqael), Quelin Sepulveda (Angel Muriel) and Shelley Conn (the demon Beelzebub).
Neil Gaiman is once again the co-showrunner and executive producer alongside EP Douglas Mackinnon , who also again serves as director on the six episodes.
Also executive produced are John Finnemore ; Rob Wilkins of Narrative; Josh Cole , Head of Comedy at BBC Studios Productions. Finnemore also serves as co-writer alongside Gaiman .
The new season, produced by Amazon Studios, BBC Studios Productions, The Blank Corporation and Narrativia , will arrive on Prime Video on July 28th .