Good Omens Season 2 First Photo Features Aziraphale and Crowley Together Again

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It's official: Good Omens Season 2 has begun production and Neil Gaiman has a special treat for fans. The author has shared our first look at Aziraphale and Crowley together again in the second season. In addition to that, another photo features Michael Sheen and David Tennant discussing something serious behind the scenes.

Gaiman is undoubtedly happy to be working on the second season of Good Omens. The American Gods writer has been sharing regular updates on the show's production on social media. His latest post on Twitter gives us an awesome look at Aziraphale and Crowley hanging out in a familiar location. Check it out below.

It's great to see that our favorite angel and demon are back in Aziraphale's bookstore. But who are they talking to? Perhaps we'll find out in the next few weeks.

Gaiman also posted an image of Sheen and Tennant on the set of Good Omens Season 2. In the picture, the two actors are sitting on chairs emblazoned with their names. Interestingly, Sheen and Tennant appear to be talking about a serious matter.

Fans are loving the photos considering that both confirm that Aziraphale and Crowley are back in a place we already know and love. Hopefully, we'll get to see more of the bookstore in the future.

For now, Sheen and Tennant are the only stars confirmed to return in Good Omens Season 2. However, there is a possibility that there will be some casting news soon. Stay tuned for more updates on this story.

The premise of Good Omens Season 2 is still a huge mystery considering that there never was a second book. However, Gaiman had confirmed that he and co-author Terry Pratchett had discussed a sequel before the latter's passing and those plans will be turned into the show's second season.

Related: Good Omens Season 2: Neil Gaiman Teases David Tennant's Return as Crowley


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