Good Omens Season 2: Release Date, Cast, Plot, Episodes Listing, Where to Watch, Trailer, Other Details

Good Omens Season 2

After the immense success of its first season, “Good Omens” returns with a much-anticipated season 2 release, surpassing its original role as a miniseries. Fans of the show, based on Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman’s novel, are eagerly awaiting the continuation of Aziraphale and Crowley’s story. Originally intended as a single series following the source material, the show’s popularity earned it a second season. The first season of “Good Omens” garnered critical acclaim and multiple awards, setting the bar high for the upcoming season.

With the source material covering only one story, the second season is shrouded in mystery, leaving fans curious about what lies ahead for their beloved characters. The lack of book content opens up possibilities for an entirely new and unrevealed storyline.

Good Omens Season 2 Release Date:

Fans won’t have to wait much longer, as “Good Omens” season 2 is set to release on July 28, 2023, as confirmed by Collider. The new season will consist of six episodes, continuing the tradition set by season 1.


The talented cast of “Good Omens” will reprise their roles, including:

  • Michael Sheen as Aziraphale
  • David Tennant as Crowley
  • Jon Hamm as Gabriel
  • Derek Jacobi as Metatron
  • Niamh Walsh as Greta Kleinschmidt
  • Mark Gatiss as Mr. Harmony
  • Steve Pemberton as Mr. Mole
  • Liz Carr as Saraqael
  • Siân Phillips as Shadwell
  • Tim Downie as Hastur
  • Pete Firman as Duke of Hell
  • Andi Osho as Sister Mary Loquacious
  • Alex Norton as Crawley
  • Ty Tennant as Ennon
  • Peter Davison as Alistair
  • Miranda Richardson as Madame Tracy
  • Abubakar Salim as Warlock
  • Aimee-Ffion Edwards as Anathema Device


While the first season covered the entire novel, season 2 promises an entirely new and original storyline. Neil Gaiman reveals that the new season will delve into unrealized ideas by himself and Terry Pratchett, expanding the rich universe of “Good Omens.”

Thirty-one years after the original book’s publication, Neil Gaiman discusses how he and Pratchett plotted a sequel, and now he gets to bring it to life with the support of BBC Studios and Amazon. Season 2 will address the questions fans have been asking about the characters and their past, setting the stage for a mystery that spans time and space.

In the Good Omens season 2, an angel named Gabriel came to Earth without any memories except for one: he needed to be close to Aziraphale, who was now considered a traitor to Heaven. In a new preview, we saw Gabriel sitting naked in Aziraphale’s bookshop, wrapped in a blanket, and enjoying a cup of coffee. He seemed amazed by the taste of the coffee. Gabriel mentioned that he had something important to give Aziraphale, but he couldn’t recall what it was due to his memory loss.

It’s clear that Gabriel had a mission from Heaven. But without his memories, Aziraphale and Crowley have a big mystery to solve in the second season. They must also hide their new guest from Heaven and Hell. The preview suggests that Gabriel’s character will bring a lot of humor to the show, while Aziraphale remains his usual nervous and jumpy self.

“Good Omens” season 2 is balanced to continue the magic and intrigue that attracted audiences during its first installment. With a new and unrevealed storyline, dedicated fans and newcomers alike will be drawn into the world of Aziraphale and Crowley once more.

Where to Watch Good Omens Season 2?

As an Amazon Original series, “Good Omens” will be exclusively available for streaming on Amazon Prime Video, just like the first season.

Episodes Listing:

  • Episode 1: The Arrival
  • Episode 2: The Clue
  • Episode 3: I Know Where I’m Going
  • Episode 4: The Hitchhiker
  • Episode 5: The Ball
  • Episode 6: Every Day

Watch the trailer here: 

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