The anticipation from the fans of the show learning the repute of Geilman is on the seventh sky. He is not only a critically acclaimed writer of American Gods and Good Omens but he has been involved in various other TV projects leading them to success. It seems that the 30 years old is finally committed to the screen.
With Neil Gaiman and David Goyer’s involvement, the Sandman is already being taken as the most expensive project of DC entertainment making its way to the streamer. The vertigo comic is all set to appear on the big screen.
Here are the latest updates on Cast, Plot, and Storyline of the show
The Sandman Netflix Release date
With American Gods and Good Omens’ author Neil Gaiman’s attachment, the show was announced for American streamer in summer last year. The Hollywood Reporter says the show will consist of 11 episodes that will be released on the streamer in one go. After successfully completing the shows like Wonder Woman, ABC’s The Catch andGrey’s Anatomy- Allan Heinberg – is going to be the showrunner for the Sandman.
The Netflix Original Vice President, Channing Dungey, expressed his feeling loaded with thrill the involvement of the brilliant team of ‘Neil Gaiman, David S. Goyer, and Allan Heinberg’ to the 1988 comic The Sandman, bring the series “to life onscreen”.
The Sandman Trailer
At the time of this writing, there is no trailer released for the show. One reason for this is that the series is in its early stages where planning and schedules are being finalized. Another reason is the busy schedule of Gaiman.
After all this, we expect that Netflix will drop teasers and trailers close to the release time.
The Sandman Cast and Plot
As the show is in its early stages, the cast of the show has not confirmed yet. Though confirmations are essential, who dares to stop fans from anticipation? There are rumors that Netflix has priority set for the lead role. According to this, the streamer is looking for a male from any ethnicity of 24-35 years of age.
As far as the storyline is concerned, the show is said to focus on the 1988 comic series of the title. The original comic carries 75 issues.