The sandman Season 2 has been confirmed by Netflix

Even though there have been different reports and deleted tweets, it seems that Netflix has renewed Sandman for a second season. Deadline says that Netflix has renewed The Sandman, which means that Neil Gaiman's DC comic will have more stories. DC's official Twitter account accidentally let the news out before it was taken down. 

The now-deleted tweet said, "The dream continues. @Netflix Sandman will return with new episodes based on multiple volumes of the Neil Gaiman graphic novel to explore even more stories of the Endless." 

Later, Netflix confirmed the renewal with a quote from Gaiman: "It makes me so happy to say that Allan Heinberg, David Goyer, and I will be working with Netflix and Warner Bros. to bring even more of The Sandman's stories to life." 

Images from the official SDCC trailer for The Sandman 

Gaiman also said, "Morpheus and the rest of them are in for some amazing stories" (not to mention more members of the Endless Family to meet). The cast and crew of Sandman will be the most excited about this because they are the biggest fans of Sandman. It's time to go back to work now. After all, there's a family meal coming up. And Lucifer is waiting in Hell for Morpheus to come back..." 

The Sandman debuted on August 5, 2022, and was praised for staying true to the beloved Neil Gaiman comic book series about Dream, a god-like figure who rules over people's dreams in a place called the Dreaming. 

Tom Sturridge plays Dream, and Boyd Holbrook, David Thewlis, Jenna Coleman, Gwendoline Christie, and others are also in the cast. 

The first season had ten episodes, all of which were based on stories from the comics. Two weeks after the first season started, the eleventh episode came out in two parts. 

In our review of The Sandman, IGN gave it a 9 and said it was a version of the book that fans "could only dream up in their deepest sleeps."


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