Neil Gaiman says Sandman is ‘on the right track’ for season 2 renewal

After years of being in the business, the live action of hypnotic Finally out to the world, with eleven episodes of the series available to stream on Netflix. The series, which ambitiously brings to life the popular DC Comics series from Neil Gaiman and a host of artists, was lauded by many viewers, and ended up with an impressive performance in Netflix analytics. However, the series has yet to officially renew for a second season – but according to Gaiman, the first season’s broadcast numbers definitely “look great.”

“Basically, the way you work is to make something like Sandman “It’s incredibly expensive,” Gaiman explained. In a recent interview with rolling rock. This is not a cheap show. This is the opposite of a cheap one. This is very expensive. It means that in order to renew we have to perform as well as everyone can hope for. Optimistic. Everything looks great. We are definitely on the right track to achieve it. But it’s all It’s about how we achieve over the next month of release.”

“Well, you get the breadcrumbs, and much more importantly, most of the breadcrumbs they give you are things you can check openly,” Gaiman continued. “I think in the last week, humans on the face of this planet spent 127 million hours watching Sandman. This is a huge number of Sandman. And the next most watched thing has been watched for 65 million hours or something. So we are doing well. We are doing a really great job.”

Gaiman reiterated that if Netflix doesn’t end up renewing the series for a second season, there will still be other ways for the show to continue.

“When we put the deal together, we made sure there were ways to proceed Sandman. But we all also hoped none of them were necessary, because we love our Netflix folks and they love us. And they were amazing. I mean, they even made the secret eleventh episode of Sandman. “

hypnotic Based on the popular comedy by Gaiman and artists Sam Keith, Mike Dringenberg, Jill Thompson, Sean McManus, Mark Humble, Brian Talbot and Michael Zoley. A rich blend of modern mythology and dark fantasy in which contemporary fantasy, historical drama and mythology seamlessly intertwine, hypnotic It follows people and places influenced by Morpheus, the King of Dreams, as he corrects the cosmic and human wrongs he made during his vast existence.

The series stars Tom Sturridge as Dream, Kirby Hoyle-Baptez as Death, Gwendoline Christie as Lucifer, Charles Dance as Roderick Burgess, Asim Choudary as Abel, Sanjeev Bhaskar as Kane, Jenna Coleman as Joanna Constantine, Julie Richardson as Ethel Krebs, David Thewlis as John Dee, Boyd Holbrook as The Corinthian, Stephen Fry as Gilbert, Patton Oswalt as the voice of Raven’s Dream Matthew, and Mason Alexander Park as Desire.

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Season 1 of hypnotic Now available to stream exclusively on Netflix.


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