More episodes of The Sandman have finally been confirmed.
‘The Sandman’ Renewed for Season 2 on Netflix. The hit fantasy series "The Sandman," which was adapted from Neil Gaiman's legendary DC Comics comic, has more episodes coming on Netflix. The news was revealed by the streamer on Wednesday night.
According to Netflix, the upcoming episode is "a continuation of 'The Sandman' world," which will grow in the following episodes. The number of episodes and the specifics of the plot are still being withheld. In a statement, author Neil Gaiman stated, "Millions upon millions of people have welcomed, watched, and loved 'The Sandman' on Netflix, from devoted Sandman fans to individuals who were just interested and later got hooked with the Lord of Dreams, his family, and their antics."
Yes, it’s true: The Sandman will return to Netflix— The Sandman (@Netflix_Sandman) November 3, 2022
Says @neilhimself: “There are some astonishing stories waiting for Morpheus and the rest of them…Now it’s time to get back to work. There’s a family meal ahead, after all. And Lucifer is waiting for Morpheus to return to Hell” pic.twitter.com/WKiWp7IDkk
It brings me the utmost pleasure to announce that Allan Heinberg, David Goyer, and I will be bringing even more of "The Sandman's" storylines to life in collaboration with Netflix and Warner Bros. Morpheus and the others are in store for some incredible tales (not to mention more members of the Endless Family to meet). The Sandman cast and crew, who are the series' biggest fans, will be the ones to enjoy this the most.
Tom Sturridge plays the titular god of dreams in "The Sandman," which also stars Vivienne Acheampong, Patton Oswalt, Gwendoline Christie, Kirby Howell-Baptiste, Kyo Ra, Boyd Holbrook, Jenna Coleman, and Mason Alexander. "The Sandman" dethroned "Stranger Things" from Nielsen's No. 1 spot and made an instant impact when it debuted the majority of its first season on Netflix on August Later, on August 19, a surprise extra episode of "The Sandman" was published, significantly enhancing its popularity.
Although the show's strong viewership figures "may not be enough" for Netflix to justify extra episodes, Gaiman has previously expressed scepticism about the idea of a second season. The author declared, "'Sandman' is a really pricey show." Caroline Framke, the head TV critic for Variety, gave the show a positive review for its debut season, saying, "The show works hard to separate itself apart from other Netflix attempts at reanimating iconic titles that instead flattened them. Most noteworthy is the season's frugal distribution of its content and clever story design.
“The Sandman” is produced for Netflix by Warner Bros. Television.