Sure; dreams take time to come true. But it seems like this isn’t the case with Morpheus, the king of dreams. While Netflix’s most anticipated adaptation and latest take on Neil Gaiman’s most appreciated comic book, The Sandman is yet to arrive. Writers have already started working on The Sandman season 2. Although the streaming giant didn’t announce the renewal officially, it came as delightful news even to us.
Apparently, David S. Goyer, executive producer of The Sandman, talked about writing the unconfirmed second season of the impending Netflix series. There are some shows about which not only fans but even producers are confident to secure a renewal. Such is the confidence of the writer of the DC comic and co-producer of the show. And well, knowing the richness of the storyline, Gaiman deserves to have such faith in his fantasy drama. Now if you are excited enough, here’s all the information you need to know about the interview.
The Sandman season 2 scripts are already being written!
In an interview with Den of Geek, executive producer David S. Goyer, who also co-created the comic book adaption, disclosed that the yet-to-be-confirmed second season was in the works. He believes that having already educated fans about the basic idea of the narrative, it’s kind of easier to write the script for The Sandman season 2.
“We’ve shown how the dreaming life can affect the waking world. With that groundwork done, the show can now build on those themes,” he said. “They’re more like jazz, where you get to plan variations, and we get to stretch our wings a bit more.”
However, before approving any additional seasons of The Sandman, Netflix is apparently waiting to see how Season 1 performs. Neil Gaiman, who is also co-creator of The Sandman, seemed optimistic about the possibility of a second season for the show. Gaiman, who co-created the Netflix series with David Goyer and Allan Heinberg, recently gushed about how excellent Season 1 has turned out and named Episode 6, “The Sound of Her Wings,” the one he wants people to see the most.
Season 1 of this most anticipated series lands on your screen on August 5th, bringing the journey of the Endless across the world in the most interesting way possible. Is it on your bucket list though? After binging the first outing, do tell us if you want a renewal of The Sandman series.