Here’s Everything You Need to Know About ‘Sandman’ Season 2

There are some Season 1 The Sandman spoilers in this article, as well as Season 2 “possible spoilers.” At your own peril, scroll.

Fans of Neil Gaiman’s Sandman tale had no idea that the comic book series would ever be turned into a movie for many years. The first season of the programme, which stars Tom Sturridge as Morpheus (aka Dream) as he battles to return to his world of dreams and reassert his authority after being confined away for nearly a century, has just been released by Netflix, which stood up to the incredibly ambitious assignment.

If Netflix ultimately decides to extend The Sandman for additional seasons, there will undoubtedly be plenty of narrative left to tell considering the source material is a 75-volume epic. What is currently known regarding a hypothetical Sandman Season 2 is listed below.


The creative team behind The Sandman is undoubtedly prepared to continue the narrative if Netflix decides to formally renew the series for a second season. In addition to planning forward for next seasons, that team has already captured footage that will be required in the future, provided Netflix continues to produce more of the plot.

“We recorded Season 1 material that we would require if we ever got to Season 5. Future plans for the TV programme are there and are preserved, according to series creator Neil Gaiman, who spoke to Bustle. “Up to and including the final Sandman Overture, we know how we would handle the entire Sandman tale,” the author said.

Even more confident about the show’s long-term prospects, showrunner Allan Heinberg stated that, given the chance, The Sandman may endure much beyond Season 5. At the London premiere of the programme, Heinberg told NME, “We’ve got as many [seasons] as they’ll let us have. “If there are enough viewers, we can continue for a while. We want a spin-off miniseries, and we want to do everything. As long as they let us, we’d love to survive.


The first two volumes of the comics, Preludes and Nocturnes (which includes issues #1–8) and The Doll’s House (which includes issues #9–16), are covered in the first season of The Sandman. Accordingly, if the show returns for a second season, it would probably begin with the third volume of the comics, Dream Country (which contains issues #17–20), and would probably also include the fourth book, Season of Mists (issues #21-28).

While Season of Mists is often regarded by fans as The Sandman’s best volume, Dream Country is made up of stand-alone pieces (including an encounter between Dream and Shakespeare), and its plot is brilliantly set up by the end of Season 1. (when Lucifer vows to get revenge on Morpheus). In addition to introducing and developing a number of fan favourite characters, such as Endless members Destiny and Delirium and Gaiman’s interpretation of well-known Norse gods Thor, Loki, and Odin, Season of Mists also concludes the story of Dream and his former girlfriend, Nada. So, in general, if Netflix approves The Sandman for Season 2, there will be a lot of fantastic content to look forward to.


We’ll most certainly have to wait a bit before ultimately watching The Sandman if Netflix decides to continue it for a second season. Even if Season 2 production began this autumn or early winter, as Screenrant notes, the release of the second season is still likely to occur in late 2023 or even 2024.

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