Neil Gaiman On How 'Good Omens' Honors The Late Terry Pratchett | SDCC 2018 | Entertainment Weekly

  • Published on:  8/17/2018
  • 'Good Omens' showrunner, Neil Gaiman and director, Douglas Mackinnon sit down to discuss the casting, filming and editing of their new show.Subscribe to ►► interviews with your favorite celebrities from the world of fame. What was it like for John Green to work with Cara Delevigne, what does Jennifer Lawrence think of Amy Schumer, and much more: out about the latest news updates on all things entertainment. The biggest show launches, cast reveals, Hollywood celebrity gossip and the most popular movie announcements all in one place: the first to see our newest cover story reveals and exclusive features. We’ll give you a look at some of the biggest blockbusters, from the newest Marvel and DC movies, to The Walking Dead and Game of Thrones: WITH Web: Radio: ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLYEntertainment Weekly brings you exclusive backstage access to Hollywood’s most creative minds and most fascinating stars; we keep you plugged in to pop culture. We are the first to tell you about the best and worst movies, what new TV shows to watch and avoid, the biggest new music artists and flops, our pick of bestseller books and must reads you haven’t heard about. As your entertainment experts, we are your one-stop source for the latest and most trusted Hollywood news and commentary. We are funny. We are smart. We are first. We are always right. (OK - almost always right.) Entertainment Weekly knows your time is precious; we'll tell you how to spend it wisely.Neil Gaiman On How 'Good Omens' Honors The Late Terry Pratchett | SDCC 2018 | Entertainment Weekly


  • Sandra Nelson 9 months ago

    Good Omens saved my life. It led me to the Discworld universe. Terry carried me through some VERY terrible years, he was my therapist. I can quite firmly state that the books kept me from doing myself in. I hope they kept the paintball war in. I hope I get a chance to see it!

  • Mike Dench 18 days ago

    Me too!

  • Mike Paterson 1 months ago

    You have no idea how EXACTLY the same I feel about Discworld and Sir Terry. I quite literally got me through some of the darkest times of my life. I don't know where or what I'd be without it

  • Fun with books! 1 months ago

    I cried as a baby when it ended, I'm so glad to hear that Neil did too and that he wanted people to feel this way. I was so moved by it, it was all so beautiful, I just couldn't help but sob...

  • HoLland-a-Saucy 8 months ago

    Terry Pratchett has been my best friend for years, it doesn't matter that I never met him, he was there for me through years of depression and saw me through. His books gave you part of his soul, everyone who read his books and made a connection with them will have felt that. Terry Pratchett wrote his soul onto the page and offered his hand out to all of us, and a lucky few took his hand and were led on an amazing journey. If you haven't already I urge you to read his books!

  • marvindacat 2 months ago

    I loved him, too. Years ago he gave a lecture, and my dad came with me, and waited in line with me to meet him. I didn't bring one of his books, so Terry gave me a poster of his latest book ad signed it.He was lovely.

  • Amorita Storre 1 months ago

    Michael Sheen IS loveable, first and foremost! That smile <3

  • p1rgit 7 months ago

    p.s. if metatron-crowley dialogue is not in, i will personally burn down the whole world. i mean it. and dislove neil gaiman and that lot. :D this one, ending (p.353 in corgi 1991 ed): 'God does not play games with His loyal servants,' said Metatron, but in a worried tone of voice.'Whooo-eee,' said Crowley. 'Where have you _been_?'

  • James Wait 1 months ago

    It's there, but with Gabriel instead of the metatron

  • Zoe K. 5 months ago


  • Sarah Price 2 months ago

    I am SO glad that scene when they burn Agnes is going to be in it!

  • Geof Thompson 9 months ago

    Well i didn't know about this happening so I got to say that I'm a very happy bunny. I loved Terry Pratchett more than my family and i have read all his many many books, many many times. Guess i got to go get a firestick now 🙄😁

  • James DePaola 3 months ago

    She's a good interviewer. Good questions

  • The Magic Theatre 1 months ago

    Agreed. She also seems to understand the material better than most other interviewers I've seen on the Good Omens press tours.

  • Sweet Karma 11 months ago

    Neil Beardman!

  • Edward Mahoney 2 months ago

    I hope that this is going to lead to more of Mr. Pratchetts work to more people. I hope this turns out good.