Will There Be Netflix's The Sandman Season 2?

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Will There Be Netflix's The Sandman Season 2?
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Neil Gaiman's comic "Preludes and Nocturnes" and "The Doll's House" made its way to Netflix in a ten-episode series and with the show currently streaming on the platform, questions are now on whether there would be The Sandman Season 2.

Will There Be Netflix's The Sandman Season 2?

Will There Be Netflix's The Sandman Season 2?
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Will There Be Netflix's The Sandman Season 2?

To date, there is still no renewal status for Netflix's The Sandman and whether it will be having a second season still remains a question. Having a renewal could come from various factors such as the audience's viewership and reception on the show, the series' performance, and the critics' reviews.

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The Sandman ended with a cliffhanger and should it be renewed, there are still a lot of material to base on given that the comics of Neil Gaiman has ten volumes. It could even lead to a spinoff series or a prequel of the show since only "Preludes and Nocturnes" and "The Doll's House" have been covered so far.

From the comics of Neil Gaiman, The Sandman follows the god of dreams, Dream of the Endless, which transcends the boundaries of human comprehension. It circles around the stories of how Morpheus, the Dream King, is captured and he learns that change is inevitable.

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Tom Sturridge helms the lead role of The Sandman, Dream of the Endless, and Viviene Acheampong plays Lucienne, chief librarian of The Dreaming, whose character is a male in the comics as Lucien. Gwendoline Christie portrays Lucifer.

Boyd Holbrook plays The Corinthian, an escaped nightmare, who will be haunting the dreams who broke away and went to the waking world. Charles Dance, co-actor of Christie in Game of Thrones, portrays Roderick Burgess, a human magician, and charlatan.

Sanjeev Bhaskar stars as Cain and Asim Chaudhry as his brother, Abel, whose characters are pulled straight out the Bible as the sons of Adam and Eve, and will be in The Dreaming as the first murderer and the first victim.

The Sandman is now streaming on Netflix.