Good Omens Stars David Tennant and Michael Sheen Reunite for New Sandman Episode

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The two-part bonus episode of The Sandman is a truly exciting one for fans who love Neil Gaiman's comic book series. However, it's also a cool one for those who enjoy the author's other works. That's because the animated adaptation of A Dream of a Thousand Cats features the voices of Good Omens stars David Tennant and Michael Sheen ahead of their return as Crowley and Aziraphale in the Amazon show's Season 2!

In the first part of A Dream of a Thousand Cats/Calliope, a Siamese cat known as The Prophet shares her dream with a gathering of other felines, revealing that Morpheus has shown her the truth about their past. The Prophet used to be owned by cruel owners who threw her kittens into a lake while a young cat who attends the gathering belongs to a loving couple.

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Paul and Marion, the antagonistic owners of The Prophet are played by Michael Sheen and his real-life partner Anna Lundberg. Meanwhile, the tabby kitten's loving owners are voiced by David Tennant and his wife Georgia Moffett Tennant.

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It's no surprise that David Tennant and Michael Sheen have once again worked on an adaptation of Neil Gaiman's work. After all, they worked so well together on Good Omens and are set to return for the Amazon show's second season. Needless to say, it's awesome to catch up with the actors before they come back in Good Omens Season 2.

The full cast of A Dream of a Thousand Cats are as follows:

Sandra Oh as The Prophet
Rosie Day as The Tabby Kitten
David Gyasi as The Grey Cat
Joe Lycett as The Black Cat
Neil Gaiman as Crow/Skull Bird
James McAvoy as Golden-Haired Man
David Tennant as Don and Georgia Tennant as Laura Lynn
Michael Sheen as Paul and Anna Lundberg as Marion
Nonso Anozie as Wyvern
Diane Morgan as Gryphon
Tom Wu as Hippogriff

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All episodes of The Sandman are now streaming on Netflix.

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