Good Omens is a British fantasy comedy series created by Neil Gaiman based on his and Terry Pratchett’s 1990 novel of the same name. A co-production between Amazon Studios and BBC Studios, the series was directed by Douglas Mackinnon, with Gaiman also serving as showrunner. Michael Sheen and David Tennant lead a large ensemble cast that also includes Adria Arjona, Miranda Richardson, Michael McKean, Jack Whitehall, Nick Offerman, Brian Cox, Mireille Enos, Jon Hamm, and Frances McDormand as the voice of God, who narrates the series.
Like the novel, Good Omens features various Christian themes and figures and follows various characters all trying to either encourage or prevent an imminent Armageddon, seen through the eyes of the angel Aziraphale and the demon Crowley.
All episodes of the first series were released on Amazon Prime Video on 31 May 2019, and aired weekly on BBC Two in the UK between January 15 and 19 February 2020. Although the show’s first series was conceived and marketed as a limited series, it was renewed for a second series in June 2021; Sheen and Tennant returned, along with most of the crew. The second series was released in its entirety on Amazon Prime Video on 28 July 2023.
- Michael Sheen as Aziraphale, an angel who has lived on Earth since the dawn of creation. He guarded the East gate entrance to the Garden of Eden with a flaming sword, which he gave to Adam and Eve on their expulsion from the Garden out of concern for their well-being. He has grown to love the finer things of human life, enjoys haute cuisine and owns an antiquarian bookshop in London.
- David Tennant as Crowley, a demon who has lived on Earth since the dawn of creation. Originally called “Crawly”, he is the Serpent who tempted Eve with the apple from the tree of knowledge of good and evil.
- Sam Taylor Buck as Adam Young (series 1), the reluctant Antichrist accidentally placed in the custody of the Young family.
- Jon Hamm as Gabriel, the leader of the forces of Heaven. While Gabriel was only mentioned once in the original novel, his role was meant to be expanded in the unfinished sequel to Good Omens; Gaiman incorporated parts of the planned sequel into the TV series’s plot. In the novel, the leader of the forces of Heaven was the Metatron.
- Daniel Mays as Arthur Young (series 1), father of Adam.
- Siân Brooke as Deirdre Young (series 1), mother of Adam.
- Ned Dennehy as Hastur (series 1), a demon.
- Ariyon Bakare as Ligur (series 1), a demon.
- Nick Offerman as Thaddeus Dowling (series 1), the US Ambassador to the UK and father of Warlock.
- Anna Maxwell Martin (series 1) and Shelley Conn (series 2) as Beelzebub, the leader of the forces of Hell.
- Nina Sosanya as:
- Sister Mary Loquacious (series 1), a nun of the Chattering Order of St. Beryl, a satanic order of nuns who had to switch a human baby with the Antichrist. After the convent burns down, she becomes manager of the business management centre established on the same site.
- Nina (series 2), a coffee shop owner across the street from Aziraphale’s bookstore.
- Maggie Service as:
- Sister Theresa Garrulous (series 1), a nun of the Chattering Order of St. Beryl.
- Maggie (series 2), Aziraphale’s tenant and a record shop owner.
- Doon Mackichan as Michael, an archangel.
- Frances McDormand as the voice of God, the narrator of the first series.
- Adria Arjona as Anathema Device (series 1), Agnes Nutter’s last descendant and an occultist who eventually teams up with Newton Pulsifer to try and stop the end of the world.
- Miranda Richardson as:
- Madame Tracy (series 1), a part-time medium and courtesan.
- Shax (series 2), a demon and confidante of Crowley’s.
- Michael McKean as Witchfinder Sergeant Shadwell (series 1), the last officer of the once-proud witchfinder army.
- Jack Whitehall as Newton Pulsifer (series 1), a struggling computer engineer and descendant of witchfinder Thou-Shalt-Not-Commit-Adultery Pulsifer.
- Whitehall also portrays Thou-Shalt-Not-Commit-Adultery Pulsifer, the witchfinder who burned Agnes Nutter at the stake.
- Mireille Enos as War (series 1), one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse that appears in the form of war correspondent Carmine “Red” Zingiber.
- Bill Paterson as R.P. Tyler (series 1), a member of the Tadfield Neighbourhood Watch and neighbour of the Young family.
- Yusuf Gatewood as Famine (series 1), one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse who appears in the form of dietician and entrepreneur Raven Sable.
- Lourdes Faberes as Pollution (series 1): one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse and appears in the place of Pestilence who has retired as a Horseman upon the discovery of penicillin.
- Brian Cox as Death (series 1), one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. Jamie Hill physically performs the character while Cox voices him.
Pratchett and Gaiman had planned to adapt Good Omens as a movie for years, with various directors and writers attached to the project along the way. In 2011, a television series, written by Terry Jones and Gavin Scott, was first reported to be in the works but no further plans were announced. After Pratchett’s death, Gaiman refused to ever consider working on the adaptation alone but changed his mind when he received a letter from Pratchett, written to be sent after his death, urging him to finish the project.
On 19 January 2017, it was announced that Amazon Prime Video had given a green-light to a television series adaptation of the novel to be co-produced with the BBC in the United Kingdom. Executive producers were set to include Gaiman, Caroline Skinner, Chris Sussman, Rob Wilkins, and Rod Brown. Gaiman was also set to adapt the novel for the screen and serve as showrunner for the series. Production companies involved with the series were slated to consist of BBC Studios, Narrativia, and The Blank Corporation. Distribution of the series was to be handled by BBC Worldwide.
On 29 June 2021, the series was renewed for a second series consisting of six episodes.
28 July 2023
- E01 – “The Arrival”
- E02 – “The Clue”
- E03 – “I Know Where I’m Going”
- E04 – “The Hitchhiker”
- E05 – “The Ball”
- E06 – “Every Day”
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