Can’t stop thinking about a scenario in which Don Mancini is writing an ep for season 4. He’s been tasked with finally writing the all too important first ever Hannigram sex scene. He remembers a conversation with Bryan and feels it is important to note that in bed the two of them like to switch. He receives the script back on his desk the next day with a full page note from Bryan declaring FLIP! I SAID FLIP! in big red block letters. Don Mancini sighs and goes back to work.
Can it become a thing that everyone knows Riley?? Marcus and Abby return to camp: “RILEY??? Could it really be you??” King Roan sees Riley and is like “Riley, my main man! My main dude!” Random grounders in polis are like “eyyyyy it’s Riley! High five? Fist bump?” The radiation ending the world sees Riley and swerves around him,,, Lexa from inside the chip gives him finger guns,,
As some of you may know, American Gods is premiering on Starz on April 30th. It is supposed to have 3 seasons, but if people don’t watch it I’m afraid it will be cancelled.
So, here are a few reasons why you should all watch this show:
- It’s the adaptation of the novel of the same name written by Neil Gaiman. He is mostly known for being the author of: the comic book Sandman; the novels Coraline and Stardust; the movie adaptation of the anime Princess Mononoke. He also wrote two episodes of Doctor Who: “The Doctor’s Wife” and “Nightmare in Silver”. Gaiman is also one of the executive producers of the show American Gods.
- Another executive producer and the developer of the series is Bryan Fuller. You may know him for being the executive producer and writer of the tv show Hannibal. That’s right.
- Moving on, let’s take a look of some of the main characters of the show:
This is just a taste. The book had characters coming from all over the world, representing a lot of different religions. Many of these characters were very secondary in the novel (or it would have become Lord of the Rings…), but they will have much more space in the tv show.
Also, there are at least 3 LGTB+ characters from the book that have been confirmed to have a more or less big role in the show. But since Bryan Fuller is involved, it’s highly probable that there will be more.
- I don’t want to say too much about the plot, but American Gods it’s a beautiful story, deep and full of twists, and the morals are not as easy to figure out as it will seem at first.
I am really excited about this, we should all give it a chance, I’m sure it will be amazing.