Orlando Jones has been expelled from the American gods. The Starz series follows Neil Gaiman’s novel American Gods, which follows both new and old gods as they vie for power and mortals get caught up in their struggle. There have been two seasons so far, and a third is underway, although no official release date is currently known. Despite being popular, there has not been a particularly smooth production for American god Starz, changing each season rapidly.
Originally, the series was developed by Brian Fuller and Michael Green, and the pair served as listeners for American Gods Season 1. He then left the show, and in season 2, Jessie Alexander became the showrunner. While making Season 2, Gaiman was brought in as a co-listener, and Alexander was soon removed.
In a video shared on his personal Twitter account, Orlando Jones announced that he was expelled from the American gods on September 10, 2018. Why the news is only coming to light is not explained, but Jones’s honest opinion about his Frank and his firing. He also revealed that his departure is scheduled to arrive with the new shower, Charles Elle, who will oversee season 3 of American Gods.
Removing the character together might not be the best way for the American gods to make Jones worry over the character of Mr Nancy / Anansi, and it seems that fans won’t get the news – or the way Jones himself put it. I felt the need to share properly.
This final decision appears to be whether the Eagles came to the show to retain Jones and his character and gives the date of the initial shootout at Jones (six months before the announcement in his tenure as the Eagles as shrapnel ), He chose to get rid of them both.