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American Gods Releases New Trailer for Season 2

In case you weren’t aware, American Gods has officially dropped a second trailer for their upcoming season in March. While we’ve gotten one trailer, clips, and a marathon of season one, the gods have blessed us with another look at what we can expect for the second season. While there were some recycled clips from the first trailer, there was a lot of new footage as well as a message. Season two is going to not only going to dive into the war between the old gods and the new gods, but will also explore the temperature of America, both
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Lessons Learned From American Gods Marathon Plus Season 2 Sneak Peek

While American Gods returns on March 10, 2019, STARZ hosted a season one binge-a-thon where all eight episodes aired and several actors from the show live-tweeted along with fans. It was a great prep for the second season and reminded us while we all love this series, based on Neil Gaiman’s novels. We learned little tidbits throughout the eight hours, such as a few tweets below, and the fact that Yetide Badaki is the biggest advocate for the cast and crew and that her character Bilquis seems to be…pregnant(?) Below are some tweets from the actors, plus a sneak peek at
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American Gods Season Two Premiere Date Announced

I cannot contain my excitement for the news I am about to break to you!! In an official statement from STARZ, American Gods has announced the premiere date for their second season. Drum roll please! March 10th at 8 pm! For those who don’t have a calendar in front of you, that’s on a Sunday and officially, only three months away! Season two will be available on the STARZ app the same day of its release and will consist of eight episodes released on a weekly basis. On top of this, season one will be showing in an all-day binge-athon
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‘American Gods’: A Saga of Technical Boy’s Unique Style

American Gods is a uniquely bizarre show. Not just in content, but visually as well. The STARZ’s series based off a novel by Neil Gaiman takes advantage of the world it lives in and doesn’t concern itself too much with remaining “realistic”. In a world of old gods and new, why would it? Partially the reason why we enjoy the show so much is due to the play on the senses and what is “normal” and not. One of the starkest images to the eye is often Bruce Langley’s Technical Boy and his interesting fashion choices. A far cry from
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