Neil Gaiman has revealed his favorite episode of the second season of Good Omens

The creator of Good Omens, Neil Gaiman, told fans what his favorite episode of season 2 of the series is about to be released.

Based on the 1990 novel, written by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett, Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch, the film quickly became a hit for both fans of the novel and new viewers.

Despite this popularity, it has been predicted that Good Omens will end after the end of season 1 and will thus remain at the mini-series stage, as Gaiman has confessed that he does not see how he could continue the story. That was until June 2021, when fans were shocked by a season 2 confirmation for Good Omens.

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Filming for the latest season has recently begun in Scotland, and the script continues the story of Aziraphale (Michael Sheen) and Crowley (David Tennant). This new information has generated a wave of enthusiasm for Good Omens fans, and the public is eager to hear more and more information.

Neil Gaiman uses a trick

In fact, Neil Gaiman is regularly pressured to give “from home” details about Good Omens, although the writer has often chosen to remain silent, causing fans to wait and see what happens.

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Gaiman’s Tumblr blog has been invaded by passionate fans asking for details and sharing their views on Good Omens. Recently, Gaiman was asked about his favorite yet-to-be-released episode of Season 2 Good Omens. It seems that the applicant was expecting another answer, such as “wait and see”, but the writer replied that he liked the 6th episode very much.

The second season has, in fact, a fixed 6 episodes, which could mean that the author resorted to a “trick”, so as to encourage his fans to watch this series until the end.

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