TV - Movies
Neil Gaiman's
Tweets Are
Making Sandman
Fans Very
Nervous
By CAROLYN JENKINS
Comic and novel writer Neil Gaiman's previous adaptations "Good Omens" and "American Gods" delve deep into biblical and monotheistic mythology, and he seems to have outdone himself in Netflix's recent release "The Sandman." Based on the comic, "The Sandman" throws its viewers into an ethereal world that is overwhelmingly vast in scope.
Since its premiere, "The Sandman" has exploded as one of the most watched television series. However, it seems like the fate of the series may not be set in stone, as evidenced by Gaiman’s post on Twitter, saying, "'Sandman' is a really expensive show. And for Netflix to release the money to let us make another season, we have to perform incredibly well.”
With Netflix’s reputation for canceling shows too soon, viewers are starting to feel the heat and are wondering if the series will be picked up elsewhere. Gaiman is determined that this is not the end for Morpheus and the story of the Endless, and high budget or not, he has only one concise answer for the fans: "Yes."