David Tennant and Michael Sheen, the actors of Crowley and Aziraphale in Good Omens, talk about the possibility of a third season of the Neil Gaiman series.
Good Omens just premiered its second season on Amazon Prime Video, and it could have been nothing more than a bridge to a third season that Neil Gaiman already has in mind.
David Tennant and Michael Sheen, the interpreters who give life to the demon Crowley and to the angel Azirafel in the series, they have also spoken in recent days about the possibility that we see that new season of Good Omens.
Playing with the personality of their characters in Good Omens, both actors indicated that they would be interested in doing a season 3 for Amazon Prime Videobut that it was not in his power to decide if it would happen or not.
“Yes. If it were up to us, that would be one thing, but…” , explained Michael Sheen. “I mean, let’s hope, Let’s hope enough people see the second season for it to be unspeakable.“, he joked, including the famous phrase of the series, to later correct himself by saying “inevitable”.
What will be the plot of season 3 of Good Omens?
If this third season of good omensMichael Sheen assured that “there are all kinds of possibilities” and that they also “love to do those scenes from different times”.
“It’s a lot of fun doing them… Partly because of the fact that they change costumes, but also because show small parts of the relationship and small aspects of the characters and how they have developed. And it’s wonderful to do it.”
“It would be nice to see Aziraphale and Crowley in the 80s“added David Tennant. “He would almost certainly be dressed as some kind of Gordon Gekko [Michael Douglas en Wall Street]”. “And I would be very [como el grupo pop británico] Haircut 100“Michael Sheen ventured.
The first season of Good Omens for Amazon Prime Video adapted the book that Neil Gaiman wrote along with Terry Pratchettand the third would adapt the ideas that both authors had for a second part that was never made.