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American Gods Cast Will Live Tweet During Season One Binge

OMG! That’s what you should be saying on Saturday, December 29th during the binge-a-thon of American Gods’ first season on STARZ. In preparation for the second season, which will premiere March 10th; the network is showing the whole first season, which will start at 12 pm PT/3 pm ET. Not only will you be able to relieve all of your favorite moments, but you’ll also be able to live tweet along with cast members. Gods In Tweeting Attendance: Ricky Whittle – @MrRickyWhittle Orlando Jones – @TheOrlandoJones Mousa Kraish – @MousaKraish Omid Abtahi – @AbtahiOmid Yetide Badaki – @YetideBadaki Bruce Langley – @BruceJLangley American Gods is based
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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 Season Two Will Explore Social Media and Surveillance

STARZ’s American Gods was one of the many shows to premiere a new trailer and feed their fans with content at this year’s NYCC. The series, which is based on the book by legend Neil Gaiman; is a trippy sort of show that brings forth old and new gods, duking it out with humans often as collateral damage. With the book having been written in 1999, a lot has changed – even Technical Boy’s (Bruce Langley) appearance. In the book, you can think of the a-typical person you’d imagine sitting behind a computer for hours at a time in the
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Ricky Whittle’s Comments on American Gods “Controversy”: “We Just Loving Life”

It seems like American Gods may have lost their new showrunner Jesse Alexander. Reported by THR, it seems that Alexander maybe “fired but not fired” and there seem to be certain reports that want to say that what Alexander and those involved American Gods comment on is downplaying the “turmoil” surrounding season one. This also follows rumors that floated around season one, which saw the exit of Michael Green and Bryan Fuller, as well as the reduction of episodes from ten to eight. American Gods has been doing a lot of their own promotion, with stars Ricky Whittle, Demore Barnes,
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Neil Gaiman Teases American Gods Season Two Trailer

Hype for the second season of STARZ’s American Gods seems to be underway. With cast members and novel writer, Neil Gaiman himself set to appear at NYCC, some of the actors have already been to DragonCon and some are booked for Comic-Con in South Africa. Gaiman recently took to Twitter to let fans know that there is a trailer for the second season and he’s seen it. Though he goes on to describe the trailer briefly, he also reveals that he in no way knows when it will be released to the public, but we can all hope it’s soon.
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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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STARZ Is Bringing ‘American Gods’ To NYCC!

Are you a fan of Starz’s American Gods? Of Neil Gaiman? Last question, are you going to New York Comic Con? If you said yes to all three, you are in luck. American Gods will make its NYCC debut on Friday, October 5th from 1:30–2:30PM at the Hammerstein Ballroom at the Manhattan Center. This is marking Gaiman’s long-awaited return and is a treat for anyone who is a fan of both his books and the show. You will get a chance to see some of your favorite cast members as they dish about what we’ve seen and what to expect.
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