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“As you can see, we are having some trouble getting the second season underway,” Chris Albrecht said during his executive session at the Television Critics’ Association’s winter press tour.
Bryan Fuller and Michael Green, who adapted the Neil Gaiman fantasy novel for Starz, are leaving the show midway into Season 2.
Starz CEO and President Chris Albrecht said there is no end in sight for Neil Gaiman adaptation American Gods, though the ambitious nature of the show makes it difficult to pin down to a regular schedule. The show has been renewed for Season 2 but has no return date yet.
With HBO’s Game of Thrones and Netflix’s GLOW out of the running, we’ve been discussing the possible nominees, so here are our picks.
Season 1, Episode 8 – You guys, this episode was one of my favorite episodes of television history. All is finally revealed for Shadow, who finally learns the true extent of Mr. Wednesday’s power, Laura receives a revelation that will leave us wondering if this story will be able to continue forwards this season, AND the New Gods stop playing nice.
Season 1, Episode 6 – Mr. Wednesday’s crusade of rounding up Gods for his war, lands him and Shadow in a disturbingly gun obsessed town that looks the embodiment of a Trump rally. Meanwhile, Laura becomes more desperate to see Shadow, and I just wish she would go rot somewhere. This has been my favorite episode yet.
Season 1, Episode 3 – We continue our American Gods road trip this week by getting even closer to Gods then we’ve ever been. Meanwhile Shadow begins to question his purpose (and what exactly is going on), when Mr. Wednesday has them rob a bank. Shadow is also surprised when he’s haunted by his passed.
Last night the Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills in conjunction with GLAAD hosted an early screening of American Gods episode three along with a discussion and Q&A with various cast and crew, which highlighted how the show depicts its diversity as well as it does.
Season 1, Episode 2 – This week on American Gods, Shadow dives deeper in Mr. Wednesday’s world, when he’s approached by another unfriendly new god. Later, Shadow and Mr. Wednesday end up a bit over their heads (literally) when they make the wrong deal with a man who was supposed to be an ally. Do you homework people, that makes these episodes even more intriguing to watch.
Season 1, Episode 1 – The premiere episode of American Gods will shock you with its stunning visuals but vague premise. Although us viewers are thrown into the deep-end of this novel turned TV show, if episode one is any indication of what’s to come, we’re truly in for some groundbreaking storytelling.
Starz’s new series American Gods, from Bryan Fuller and Michael Green based on the Neil Gaiman novel, may be a month away but the network is tiding fans over with things like character posters and now a look at the title sequence.
The American Gods pilot premiere and following Q&A showed today the series is poised to be not only one of the biggest television events of the year, but will also turn out to be one of the most thematically relevant and powerful television series as well.
American Gods’ San Diego Comic-Con panel proves it’s going to be one of next year’s best new series.
A recently released ex-convict named Shadow meets a mysterious man who calls himself “Wednesday” and who knows more than he first seems to about Shadow’s life and past.
Starz’s upcoming adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s epic American Gods has added another cast member to its growing list. Stand-up comedian Dane Cook will take on the role of Robbie, Shadow’s (Ricky Whittle) best friend. In the novel, Robbie dies in a car crash alongside Shadow’s wife Laura, prompting Shadow’s early release from prison.
Starz’s American Gods has added Gillian Anderson. The project reteams Anderson with executive producer Bryan Fuller after the pair previously worked together on Hannibal.
Starz continues fill out their cast for the adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s American Gods as they add Cloris Leachman, Peter Stormare, Chris Obi, and Mousa Kraish.
Bryce Dallas Howard is teaming up with RatPac Entertainment for the adaptation of The Swans Of Fifth Avenue. Plus, Jackie Earle Haley books The Tick, and Jodie Comer has won the title role of The White Princess on Starz.
Sean Harris and Yetide Badaki have joined the Starz series American Gods, opposite Ian McShane; Bojana Novakovic will play the female lead opposite Wilmer Valderrama in Four Stars; Speechless adds John Ross Bowie and more in today’s TV casting round-up!
After receiving a fifth season order,Vikings is bringing in Jonathan Rhys Meyers for an unknown role, while series star Clive Standen has been Taken by NBC. That and more in today’s TV casting round-up!
Hannibal director David Slade will helm the adaptation of Gaiman’s bestselling 2001 novel, which centers on a modern day America where the ancient gods of myth exist in human form.
Hannibal showrunner Bryan Fuller and Kings creator Michael Green will shepherd the adaptation of Gaiman’s bestselling 2001 novel, which centers on a modern day America where the ancient gods of myth exist in human form.
The channel that brought us “Spartacus” and “Camelot” is trying for something a little more modern.
ABC Fam, BET and HBO pick up something new, while Adult Swim, BET and Nick renew something old, The Dark Tower adds a writer, and Four more sign exclusive TV deals…