Watch: American Gods season 2 trailer hints at conflict between the old and new generations of gods
American Gods is a fantasy drama show based on Neil Gaiman's book of the same name.
The trailer of American Gods season 2, based on Neil Gaiman's book of the same name, was recently released and it hints at a war between the Old Gods and New.
"When people first came to America they brought us with them," says Mr Wednesday's voice (Ian McShane) as the trailer shows him, Mr Nancy (Orlando Jones) and other traditional Gods of mythological roots. "Gradually, they abandoned us. Old, forgotten Gods. Now there are new Gods growing in America, and they want to destroy us," he says.
He hands Shadow Moon (Ricky Whittle) a spear and tells him that "war's a-coming", in which he has a "big role" to play.
The upcoming instalment will also have Dean Winters (of Brooklyn Nine-Nine) as Mr Town and Sakina Jaffrey (House of Cards) as Mama-Ji'. Kahyun Kim will step into the shoes of goddess New Media, replacing Gillian Anderson from the first season.
Emily Browning will reprise her role as Laura Moon, Crispin Glover as Mr World, Yetide Badaki as Bilquis, Bruce Langley as Tech Boy, Mousa Kraish as The Jinn, Omid Abtahi as Salim and Demore Barnes as Mr Ibis. Devery Jacobs, Cloris Leachman and Peter Stormare will guest star along with Kim.
Bryan Fuller and Michael Green, who were the season 1 showrunners, have been replaced by Jesse Alexander, writes The Verge.
Amazon Prime Video will release American Gods season 2 on 11 March.
Watch the trailer here.
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