DC has accidentally leaked the renewal of Netflix series The Sandman – more stories of the Endless are confirmed.
The Netflix adaption of Neil Gaiman's DC comic The Sandman will continue with a second season. The series just came out in August 2022 and was a huge success. Fans have speculated whether Neil Gaiman's stories of the Endless will continue in the Netflix adaptation. And now, only a few months after release, DC has accidentally tweeted the renewal of the Netflix series.
The Sandman Renewal Leaked
DC accidentally announced the continuation of the Netflix adaptation of Neil Gaiman's graphical novel The Sandman. The tweet has since been deleted, but it contained the message "The dream continues. [The Sandman] will return with new episodes based on multiple volumes of the Neil Gaiman graphic novel to explore even more stories of the Endless". A short time later, the continuation of the series was then formally announced by Netflix. However, they avoided using the word "season", while speaking about new stories and more episodes to come.
Yes, it's true: The Sandman will return to Netflix!— Netflix (@netflix) November 3, 2022
"There are some astonishing stories waiting for Morpheus & the rest of them... Now it's time to get back to work. There's a family meal ahead... And Lucifer is waiting for Morpheus to return to Hell," says @neilhimself pic.twitter.com/TbA3hnD5f6
The Sandman series has received a lot of admiration from fans. Morpheus, the personification of dreams and one of the seven Endless, is captured in 1916 during an occult ritual. After being held captive for 106 years, he must retrieve his possessions: a bag of dream sand, a helmet, and a ruby. His dream realm is destroyed, and several escaped nightmares wreak havoc in the human world.
The dark comic adaptation impresses millions with its tremendous aesthetics and visual language. But when can we expect new episodes? Considering that the series came out only 3 months ago, we will have to be patient. The first and second season will likely be released with at least one year apart. So don't get too excited, because this is going to be a long ride.