Is Good Omen SEason 2 Cancelled by Amazon?


The first season of Good Omens debuted on the 31st of March in 2019 on Amazon Prime. It was a moment hit cherished by fans all over the world.

The series is an adaptation of a 1990 novel composed by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman. At first, Amazon Studios and BBC Studios’ decided to air out the series just for six-scenes. 

Douglas Mackinnon coordinated the series made by Gaiman. Fans have been anxiously hanging tight for the second season of Good Omens.

The journey of the show so far has been a long way from agreeable. The series came across some critics with bad reviews and then, a bombed request for Netflix to drop the show. 

The fillings that are normalizing Satanism hurt the conclusions of individuals. In any case, the appeal bombed inevitably as Amazon Prime disseminates the arrangement rather than Netflix.

Release Date

Then again, the planning issues with all the stars is one more explanation that is behind the deferral of the second season. Luckily, the creators have not dropped the show. 

There is no official discharge date yet. At long last, the arrangement will be required to accompany a second portion constantly 2021.


Season 1 of the arrangement rotates around an evil spirit and a holy messenger, specifically, Crowley and Aziraphale, played by David Tennant and Michael Sheen. The two of them cooperate to forestall the end of the world and happening to the antichrist. 

How about we perceive how the couple will maintain a strategic distance from Armageddon on Earth. The other cast individuals incorporate Adria Arjona and Jon Hamm.

The main season is accessible to stream on Amazon Prime. Likewise, it is presently airing on BBC TWO Wednesdays. Four scenes till now have been wired with more scenes booked to be broadcasted over the coming weeks.

Do not miss the funny dramatization of the arrangement loaded with amusement. You can wrap up the six-scenes longer than the end of the week.

Stay tuned!


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