Neil Gaiman‘s ‘The Sandman’ Renewed For Season 2: “It’s pretty good to be me. I mean, at least I can spot a fake Twitter account,” Neil Gaiman tweeted in response to the false news circulating on social media.

DC Comics, in the tweet that has been deleted from Twitter, has now accidentally confirmed the renewal of the comic book adaptation of the fantasy drama – The Sandman. The tweet reads, “The Dream Continues. @Netflix_Sandman will return with new episodes based on multiple volumes of the Neil Gaiman graphic novels to explore even more stories of the Endless. #TheSandman.

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As per the report from Deadline, Netflix has greenlit a second season of Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman. After conflicting reports and fake tweets around the cancelation of the show, Netflix deemed it sensible to formally announce it last evening. Gaiman said he is elated to work with Netflix, Warner Bros, and fellow executive producers Allan Heinberg, and David Goyer, to bring more stories from The Sandman books to life.

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There’s no announcement about the release of the Season 2 of The Sandman, yet. The Sandman was one of the most anticipated shows of 2022, and the numbers on its release just confirm it. It ranked number one globally on Netflix’s Top 10 titles three days after its release with 69.5 million hours viewed.

The 10-episode series, based on Gaiman’s DC Comics series of the same name, follows Morpheus (Tom Sturridge), the personification of dreams and one of the seven Endless, who is captured in an occult ritual in 1916. After being held captive for 106 years, Dream (also Sturridge) escapes and sets out to restore order to his realm, the Dreaming.

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