Season Three Of ‘American Gods’ Starts In January
Neil Gaiman, creator and production team member of the TV series “American Gods,” which has been successfully broadcast worldwide since 2017, has written to fans of his novel – and especially of the TV adaptation produced by Fremantle in Canada.
In his letter, he reveals a few details about what awaits viewers in the ten one-hour episodes of the upcoming third season, why it is topical – and when it starts: The first episode of the new season will premiere on Sunday, January 10, 2021, on the cable channel Starz in the U.S. and will also be available internationally on Amazon Prime Video from Monday, January 11.
In terms of content, “American Gods” is based on Gaiman’s 2001 fantasy novel of the same name. In the story, former prison inmate Shadow Moon realizes after his release that gods do indeed exist. He gets involved in a war between the old gods of mythology and the new gods of modern technology. Following an odyssey around the United States, Moon discovered at the end of Season 2 that the old god Mr. Wednesday is actually his father. In the new season, Moon attempts to put down roots and explore his own identity.