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One of Good Omens’ Best Additions Was an Excuse to Give David Tennant and Michael Sheen More to Do

The Good Omens TV show is a delightful adaptation of Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman’s beloved novel—retaining all of its charms while effectively parcelling out the book into six neat chunks of TV. But it goes beyond that by adding some wonderful elements to the original, including a grand sequence mainly born out of giving its stars more to do. Read More >>

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If You Enjoyed Good Omens You Should Try and Hit the Escape Room While it’s Open

Today is the day the TV adaptation of Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman's Good Omens hits Amazon Prime Video, with all six episodes available for you to enjoy. If you've been outside you will know that Amazon is making a big push with its marketing. I've seen more bus and road ads for Good Omens than I have for Avengers: Endgame, which should tell you something. Of course no marketing strategy is complete without some sort of weird publicity stunt, and in this case Amazon put together an Escape Room in a recreation of the angel Aziraphale's book shop. Read More >>

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Good Omens is a Delightful Apocalypse We’d Be So Lucky to Live Through

The present-day pop cultural landscape in which Amazon’s adaptation of Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett’s Good Omens premieres is in a curious, apocalypse-obsessed state that Agnes Nutter would have found quaint, but fascinating all the same. Epic films and television shows about hapless heroes attempting to avert or prevent the prophesied end times are a dime a dozen, and audiences have become so inured to them that we don’t particularly care about the exact mechanics. The world is imperilled, heroes do what they can to save the day, things usually end up working out all right, and we’re on to the next doomsday blockbuster Read More >>

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Good Omens Secret Bookshop Experience Opens Alongside its Debut on Amazon Prime

In case you somehow hadn't heard, the 1990 novel Good Omens, penned by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman, has been adapted into a TV show that's coming to Amazon Prime at the end of the month. The show stars David Tennant as the demon Crowley, and Michael Sheen as the angel Aziraphale, and to celebrate the six part series that drops on May 31, an immersive secret bookshop experience will open in London over the first weekend in June. Read More >>

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Neil Gaiman Had to Fight to Keep One of Terry Pratchett’s Creations in Good Omens

Agnes Nutter is not really a huge part of Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett’s divine apocalyptic adventure Good Omens – she’s more important to the backstory and worldbuilding of Crowley and Aziraphale’s journey to stop the apocalypse, rather than being a major player herself. But when the upcoming adaptation nearly cut the character, Gaiman had to step in. Read More >>

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A Good Omens-Themed Prophetical Twitter Account May Have Heralded a Major Endgame Spoiler

What happens when the warnings of Agnes Nutter combine with modern popular culture? Well, it might be Avengers: Endgame spoilers, apparently. Read More >>

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What It’s Like to Turn Good Omens Into a TV Show, According to Neil Gaiman, a Guy Who Would Know

Neil Gaiman is no stranger to having his fantastical literary works adapted to other media. Whether it’s Coraline, American Gods or Neverwhere, his writing has mutated into successful movies, TV shows and radio dramas. But when it came time to work on Good Omens – the upcoming Amazon series based on the 1990 novel he wrote with Terry Pratchett  – Gaiman says he’s being “much, much, much more protective”. Read More >>

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Neil Gaiman Talks the Responsibility He Felt to Get a Good Omens Adaptation Off the Ground

Recently, at SXSW, Neil Gaiman and the cast of Good Omens showed off some footage from the upcoming series and discussed its origins and shape. And according to Neil Gaiman himself, there was more to getting this work adapted than just his desire to see it unfold on the screen. Read More >>

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Heaven and Hell Collide in Our First Behind-the-Scenes Look at Good Omens

We’ve seen little bits here and there of Amazon and the BBC’s adaptation of the beloved Good Omens, by Neil Gaiman and the dearly missed Terry Pratchett. While Comic-Con didn’t give us a trailer, it did let us peek behind the curtain to see the novel’s fantastical mishmash of Angels and Demons come to life, plus a new bit of casting. Read More >>