Good Omens Star Michael Sheen Hypes Up Aziraphale's Return in Season 2

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We already know that Good Omens is getting a second season but what can we expect in the new chapter of Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett's original storyline? Michael Sheen is hyping up his return as Aziraphale and his latest posts confirm that the new season is about to start production!

Sheen's performance as Aziraphale was truly one of the best things about Good Omens. After all, everything about his appearance, from the silver-grey hair to the carefully chosen pastel outfits, was exactly how fans imagined the angel to be. Luckily, it looks like it won't be long until we see Aziraphale again.

Sheen has just shared new photos on his official Twitter account revealing that he has undergone his angelic transformation. Check it out below.

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We're loving the idea that Sheen is already dyeing his hair and there is little doubt that it's for Good Omens Season 2. It has not yet been confirmed when the show's second season will begin production. However, with Sheen already going gray, it's safe to assume that it is happening very soon.

Back in June, Gaiman confirmed that Good Omens Season 2 is happening and even shared the first poster for the second season. The American Gods author also confirmed that he and Pratchett had discussed what should happen in a possible follow-up to the book they wrote together. Although Pratchett passed away before they could pen the sequel, Gaiman stated that Season 2 will adapt their plans for the book.

The first season of Good Omens also starred David Tennant as Crowley, the demon who works with Sheen's Aziraphale in finding the young Anti-Christ who they somehow misplaced. It's a race against time as they try to locate the boy and prevent the end of the world and fine dining.

Good Omens Season 2 has not yet been given an official release date. Stay tuned for more updates on this story.

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