Following the success of Starz original series "American Gods", adapted from Gaiman's critically-acclaimed novel of the same name, will come a TV adaptation of his co-written novel "Good Omens", which he authored alongside Terry Pratchett.
The novelist said the move has been made as it only makes sense.
"I think we were talking about casting Adam and Eve. Because in the very, very opening scene, we have Adam and Eve, and they're black because we're in Africa and we're in the Garden of Eden, and of course, Adam and Eve would be black.
Starring Jon Hamm, David Tennant, Michael Sheen, Adrian Arjona and Nick Offerman, "Good Omens" premiers next year on Amazon Prime Video.
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