The Sandman Season 2 OTT Release Date Netflix, Star Cast, Trailer, Plot

The Sandman, the acclaimed fantasy drama series from OTT juggernaut Netflix, will return for a second season. The 1989–1996 comic book with the same name, authored by Neil Gaiman and distributed by DC Comics, served as the basis for the New show.

The series, which was created by Gaiman, David S. Goyer, and Allan Heinberg, debuted on the platform on August 5, 2022, with a second episode airing on August 19.

Both critics and viewers responded quite favourably to the series, praising its casting, performances, directing, production design, and other elements.

THE SANDMAN SEASON 2 ANNOUNCED

Neil Gaiman released a brief teaser video on Thursday, November 3, 2022, announcing the arrival of Season 2 of Sandman on Netflix. The clip featured Morpheus’ recognisable mask emerging from a bed of sand.

The news of its renewal alone was enough to send fans into a frenzy, even if he withheld the release date and episode count for the upcoming season. The tagline “The Dream Continues” appears in the series’ trailer.

THE SANDMAN SEASON 2 STAR CAST

:- Actor Tom Sturridge portrays Dream/Morpheus, the lord of the Dreaming and the personification of dreams and horrors. In “Dream of a Thousand Cats,” Sturridge not only plays this part but also voices the animated film’s black cat character.

:- Boyd Holbrook plays Corinthian, an escapee from the Dreaming and a nightmare.

:- Vivienne Acheampong plays Lucienne, the Dreaming’s librarian and interim keeper.

:- Dream’s messenger Matthew the Raven is voiced by Patton Oswalt.

:- David Thewlis as John Dee

:- Jenna Coleman as Johanna Constantine

:- Gwendoline Christie as Lucifer Morningstar, the ruler of Hell

:- Kirby Howell-Baptiste as Death

:- Ferdinand Kingsley as Hob Gadling

:- Sandra James-Young as Unity Kinkaid

:- Kyo Ra as Rose Walker

:- Razane Jammal as Lyta Hall

:- Melissanthi Mahut as Calliope, Homer’s muse and Dream/Morpheus’s ex-wife

:- Arthur Darvill as Richard “Ric” Madoc

ABOUT THE SERIES

The Morpheus television series, which was created by DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Television, centres on the embodiment of dreams and one of the seven Endless who is imprisoned in a mysterious ritual in 1916. Dream breaks free from captivity after 106 years and embarks on a mission to bring order back to his realm, Dreaming.