American Gods Season 2 Gives First Look at House on the Rock

Friday, 04 May, 2018

"American Gods" is coming back to Starz", Gaiman said in the video. In the eponymous novel that American Gods is based on, the popular tourist attraction serves as a meeting place for Old Gods like Mr. Wednesday (McShane), Mr. Nancy, and Czernobog (Peter Stormare).

As you can see from the behind-the-scenes video above and the photo here, Ian McShane, Ricky Whittle, Yetide Badaki, Orlando Jones and more members the self- described God Squad have began production this month on the sophomore run of the Starz series at Wisconsin's famed House on the Rock.

With its premiere directed by Hannibal and Star Trek Discovery alum Chris Byrne, the eight-episode second season of American Gods is expected to air in 2019, as Whittle says in the BTS clip.

Now Season 2 is happening.

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The carousel is found in tourist attraction known as 'The House on the Rock' in Wisconsin, a freakish real-life location that was been briefly referenced at the end of season one.

Watch American Gods with a FREE 7-day trial of Amazon Channels! The plot posits a war brewing between old and new gods: the traditional gods of mythological roots from around the world steadily losing believers to an upstart pantheon of gods reflecting society's modern love of money, technology, media, celebrity and drugs.

At one point in the book, Wednesday gathers a group of ancient deities together to warn them of the existential threat represented by the New Gods.

Executive Producer and writer Neil Gaiman announced the start of filming in a new video that has been released online [see below]. Jesse Alexander is now taking over the duties with fellow showrunner and EP Gaiman. Byrne is co-EPing along with Heather Bellson and Rodney Barnes.