Mason Alexander Park, who plays Desire in the series “Sandman”, revealed when the shooting for the second season will begin. By the way, the actor revealed an unusual decision by Netflix.
Fans of ” Sandman ” waited a long time and slowly lost hope that they would get the 2nd season of the series. Fortunately, Netflix finally announced a sequel, and earlier this year, Neil Gaiman revealed that scripts for new episodes are in the works – but not all are ready yet. Now Mason Alexander Park, or the TV series Desire, revealed when the team will enter the set of the series.
Sandman season 2 – when is the start of shooting for the new series?
Mason Alexander Park met with fans at the recent San Francisco Fan Expo and revealed when the show’s crew will return to the set. The recording of the meeting , uploaded a month ago.
“There is more Sandman coming in a really cool way, and it can take many forms, so we’re starting shooting in the summer, and we’re gonna tackle the next huge chunk of stories in however long that might take.“Mason Alexander Park
This means that, as previously predicted, the second season of “Sandman” will not appear before 2024, and given the scale of production and the amount of special effects, who knows if this date will not be moved to 2025.
Interestingly, Park also revealed that he does not intend to call the upcoming episodes a 2nd season: “Netflix has not gone on record as calling it a Season 2, on purpose. And so, I will, from now on and in the future, and possibly until the end of the universe not refer to it as Season 2 until we know what it is.“
What is Netflix planning? Hard to say. We just have to wait patiently. And what will we see in the continuation of the series? Neil Gaiman has officially confirmed that we can expect the character of Maligna (in the original Delirium) in the new episodes. The younger sister of the title character and at the same time the youngest of the Infinites made her debut in the comic book “Season of Fogs” – and it is on this volume that the second season will be based.
It was also announced that the second season of “Sandman” may be divided into parts , similar to “Stranger Things”. Fans who miss Morpheus ( Tom Sturridge ) can watch a cut scene where he walks with Death.