New York Comic Con: "American Gods" Cast & Crew Tease Season Two

After a successful and beloved first season, "American Gods" has brought a jam-packed panel to New York Comic Con in order to discuss the show's material and tease what's to come in season two. The panelists included author Neil Gaiman, Demore Barnes (Mr. Ibis), Omid Abtahi (Salim), Mousa Kraish (The Jinn), Bruce Langley (Technical Boy), Crispin Glover (Mr. World), Orlando Jones (Mr. Nancy), Yetide Badake (Bilquis), Pablo Schreiber (Mad Sweeney), Ricky Whittle (Shadow Moon), and Emily Browning (Laura Moon).

It takes little to no time at all to see how electric the chemistry is among the cast. With a character as over-the-top as Ricky Whittle at the helm of all con shenanigans, he makes a big impression from the start by running from the back of the room up to the stage. The other cast members take a more traditional route by walking from backstage as is customary.

Neil Gaiman is first to introduce teasers for season two. "Shadow Moon has discovered exactly who he is working for and now, season two is gonna begin just a few short hours later and everything is going to get both better and worse. The first place we are all headed is the House on the Rock and we actually, they closed down the real House on the Rock for us for several days and let us film there. Ricky and, I'm not gonna tell you which of the other people I'm up here with, but at least two of the other people got to ride on the largest carousel in the world which they never let you ride on."

"Not many people in the world have ridden that carousel, and I felt very privileged," says Whittle.

"If you're familiar with the book," continues Gaiman, "the most useful piece of information I can give you which is completely honest is we do not get to Lakeside in this season." Gaiman also teases that the show will get to a funeral home and that Laura and Mad Sweeney will go on a journey together to hot, exotic places.

Watch the full "American Gods" New York Comic Con panel here:


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