Season 2 of “Sandman” creators’ teases claim that fans are unprepared for what comes next.


Season 2 of “Sandman” creators’ teases claim that fans are unprepared for what comes next.

According to showrunner Allan Heinberg and the book’s author Neil Gaiman, The Sandman fans “are not prepared” for what the film adaptation’s creators have in store for them.

The series, which debuted on Netflix on August 5, centers on Dream of the Endless (Tom Sturridge), who is held captive for 100 years by human Roderick Burgess (Charles Dance). After being released, Dream of the Endless must rebuild his realm, locate his tools, and repair the damage he caused while being held captive.

The 10-volume comic book series of the same name by Gaiman serves as the inspiration for the TV show.

Preludes and Nocturnes and The Doll’s House are the first two volumes of the series, and Season 1 depicts the events in those books.

Creators of “The Sandman” Tease Season 2, Saying Fans Are “Not Prepared” for What’s Next

When asked if there would be a second season, Heinberg told Newsweek that he and the production crew were already working on a potential return.

Yes, we have had many preliminary discussions in the hopes of moving forward to Season 2, and we are very enthusiastic about what we would do in that case, Heinberg said.

Heinberg said that this would be something “people aren’t expecting,” and Gaiman added: “It’s going to take everyone by surprise.” Gaiman joked that Dream would open a restaurant and turn into a Mexican wrestler.

The creator of the comic book responded more gravely, “Actually, no, we just continue with this story.

It’s kind of amazing how anyone who has watched Season 1 gets incredibly excited when we tell them that Season 2 [is]going to start with the big Lucifer-Morpheus rematch.

They simply aren’t ready for where it’s going to go, and they have little idea of what will transpire.

Fans of the comics should be able to guess what he means because Season 1 closely follows Gaiman’s original plots, but it’s not a turn of events that viewers who are unfamiliar with the story are likely to anticipate.

The ‘The Sandman’ Cast on What They Expect from Season 2

Additionally, the cast of Netflix’s new fantasy series expressed their hopes for a second season, with Sturridge telling Newsweek that he is undoubtedly interested.

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