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Daily Demand (Last 7 days)
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100%
Market Travelability
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Good Omens’s
home country is:
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Below Avg
24.5%
Average
64.1%
Good
8.6%
Outstanding
2.7%
Exceptional
0.2%
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About this title

Storyline

Adaptation of the 1990 comedic fantasy novel by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett. An angel and a demon team up to try and save the world from an apocalypse.

Country: United Kingdom

Type: Scripted

Status: Returning Series

Language: English

Release Date: May 31, 2019

Also Known As: Добра предсказања, Dobrá znamení |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (M), Brazil (14) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

witch
based on novel or book
prophecy
angel

Company Credits

Production Co: Amazon Studios, BBC Studios |  See more »

Cast

Bill Paterson
as Tadfield Neighbourhood Watch
Elizabeth Berrington
as Dagon, Lord of the Files
Tina Chiang
as Chinese Nuclear Scientist
Michel Diercks
as J Braun
Jasmine Hyde
as Sister Grace Voluble
Paul Chahidi
as Sandalphon
Bailey Patrick
as Spike
Anthony Kaye
as Adam
Niamh Walsh
as Greta Kleinschmidt
Jackie Clune
as Oyster Woman/Waitress
Marianna Palka
as Frannie
Jim Meskimen
as George Bush
Jon Hamm
as Gabriel
Lobsang Samten
as Tibetan Woman
Agatha Elwes
as Sally
Stewart Scudamore
as His Royal Highness
Angela Yeoh
as Chinese Technician
Michael van Koetsveld
as Rambler
Joe Vaz
as Executioner Jean-Claude
Milo
as Dog, South Africa
Niall Greig Fulton
as Satan
Nick Offerman
as Thaddeus Dowling
Georg Nikoloff
as Russian Agent
Simon Murray
as Minister of State for Energy
Sharon Cherry Ballard
as Officer Julia
Amma Ris
as Pepper
Alistair Findlay
as George Bush
Dai Tabuchi
as Sushi Chef
Sarah-Jane De Crespigny
as Nun
Steve Saunders
as 1656 villager
Stephen Jennings
as Peace Treaty Negotiator
Laura Evelyn
as Alien Leader
Gina Gangar
as Dr. M. Banerjee
Michael Sheen
as Aziraphale
Paul Gambaccini
as Self
Gary Finan
as Fireman
Paul Adeyefa
as Demon No.1/Demon No.2/Demon No.3/Disposable Demon/Disposible Demon
Lindiwe Dim
as Roman Bartender
Rocco Wright
as Young Newton Pulsifer
Jayde Adams
as Julia Petley
Yusuf Gatewood
as Famine
Reagan Osman
as Young Anathama Device
Nicolle Smartt
as Hortense
Jordan Long
as Officer Fred
Gabriella Cirillo
as Anathama's Mother
Kirsty Wark
as Television Newsreader
Danny Hayes
as Lawyer Robey
Ben Willbond
as Nigel Tomkins
James Naughtie
as Self
Nick Donald
as Villager
Adria Arjona
as Anathema Device
Philip Wright
as Maggs
Sam Taylor Buck
as Adam Young
Rocco Day
as Young Warlock
A.k. Steppa
as Passerby
Louise Stewart
as Frobisher
Egor Korznikov
as Russian Submarine Crewman
Rosie Day
as Lisa
Kevin Millington
as Screwdriver Officer
Ariyon Bakare
as Duke of Hell Ligur
Simon Merrells
as International Express Man/Lesley, the International Express man
Schelaine Bennett
as Eve
Gloria Obianyo
as Uriel
Ilan Galkoff
as Brian
Chima Okafor
as Prime Minister
Ben Crowe
as Freddie Mercury
Brice Bexter
as Secret Service Agent
Nicola Harrison
as Newt's Mother
Scott Arthur
as Young Shadwell
Doon Mackichan
as Archangel Michael
Lourdes Faberes
as Pollution
Kate Anthony
as Old Goody Larmour
Riccardo Mazzi
as Waiting Staff
Meg Kubota
as Hastur as Woman in Park
Grace McKenzie
as Park Mother
Ned Dennehy
as Duke of Hell Hastur
Sophie Jugé
as French Agent
Mercedes Grower
as Nora
Konnie Huq
as Pam
Samson Marraccino
as Warlock Dowling
Phelim Kelly
as Cafe Customer
Sian Brooke
as Deirdre Young
Bryony Corrigan
as Virtue Device
Mark Gatiss
as Mr. Harmony
Amanda Hadingue
as Louisa Blatt
Jamie Hill
as Death Performer
Johnny Vegas
as Ron Ormorod
Kristofer Kamiyasu
as Japanese Captain
Vic Waghorn
as Village Vicar
Rowan Polonski
as Waiter
Akira Koieyama
as Japanese Shipmate
Andy Hamilton
as Hell's Usher
Paul Kaye
as Electricity Board Spokesperson
Jill Winternitz
as Harriet Dowling
Mireille Enos
as War
Amir Boutrous
as Megiddo Guide
Lawrence Joffe
as US Silo Commander
Jenny Galloway
as Brenda Ormorod
Michael McKean
as Shadwell
Susan Brown
as Mother Superior
David Morrissey
as Captain Vincent
Coco Winchester
as Trixie
Steve Oram
as Horace
Dan Starkey
as Passerby
Jennifer Armour
as Airbase Solider
Nina Sosanya
as Mary Hodges/Sister Mary Loquacious
Josie Lawrence
as Agnes Nutter
Maggie Service
as Sister Theresa Garrulous
Clayton Adams
as Bruce Corbally
Benedict Cumberbatch
as Satan
Derek Jacobi
as Metatron
Visar Vishka
as Russian Captain
Adam Bond
as Jesus
Neil Gaiman
as Sleeping Movie Theater Patron
Deborah Rock
as Market Stall-holder
Alfie Taylor
as Wensleydale
Martin Wimbush
as Mr. Scroggie
David Tennant
as Crowley
Andy de la Tour
as Norman Weathered
Euan Macnaughton
as American General
Andre Nightingale
as Gate Guard
Tim Bentinck
as Radio Continuity Announcer/Radio Newsreader
Mark Cameron
as Power Station Manager
Frances McDormand
as God/Narrator
Reece Shearsmith
as William Shakespeare
Jonathan Aris
as Quartermaster Angel
Brian Cox
as Death
Tim Wallers
as British Agent
Nicholas Parsons
as Dagon, Lord of the Files
Daniel Mays
as Arthur Young
Caitlin Thorburn
as Roisin Reidy
Jag Patel
as Driver/Passer-by
Richard Price
as Wensleydale's Dad
Moshidi Motshegwa
as Supreme Leader
Dhondup Samten
as Tibetan Man
Nina Mangold
as Passerby
Sanjeev Bhaskar
as Giles Baddicombe
Ollie
as Dog
Oscar Farren
as Tarquin
Adam Colborne
as Hamlet/Richard Burbage
Johan Baird
as US Silo Crewman
Anna Maxwell Martin
as Beelzebub
Dan Antopolski
as John Device
Miranda Richardson
as Madame Tracy
Steve Pemberton
as Mr. Glozier
Fran Targ
as Book Shop Client
Ramanna Banger
as Immigration Official
Indra Ové
as Maud
Jack Whitehall
as Newton Pulsifer/Thou-Shalt-Not-Commit-Adultery-Pulsifer
Nathan Amzi
as Smythe
Will Holloway
as Young Warlock
Suzann McLean
as Janice Evanson
Jon Hamm
as Gabriel
Nick Offerman
as Thaddeus Dowling
Michael Sheen
as Aziraphale
Paul Gambaccini
as Himself
Paul Adeyefa
as Demon No.1/Demon No.2/Demon No.3/Disposable Demon/Disposible Demon
James Naughtie
as Himself
Adria Arjona
as Anathema Device
Ariyon Bakare
as Duke of Hell Ligur
Simon Merrells
as International Express Man
Ned Dennehy
as Duke of Hell Hastur
Sian Brooke
as Deirdre Young
Nina Sosanya
as Mary Hodges/Sister Mary Loquacious
David Tennant
as Crowley
Frances McDormand
as God/Narrator
Daniel Mays
as Arthur Young
Adam Colborne
as Hamlet
Anna Maxwell Martin
as Beelzebub

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2019 | 6 Episodes

Season 2

Media

All

Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA 2019

Nominee

Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA

Best Streaming Science Fiction, Action, & Fantasy Series

Nominee

Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA

Best Actor in Streaming Presentation

Nominee

Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA

Best Supporting Actor in Streaming Presentation

British Society of Cinematographers 2019

Nominee

British Society of Cinematographers

Best Cinematography in a Television Drama

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