It’s not just a dream: filming for Netflix’s The Sandman Season 1 has wrapped! Neil Gaiman, the illustrious author himself, confirmed the exciting news on Tumblr (how on-brand), stating, “We’ve finished principal photography on Season 1, and now we all have to be patient while the VFX and suchlike are done, music is written and recorded, and so on. No, I don’t know any release dates, or even when the trailer will be released.”
Gaiman further explains, “It feels like Sandman. I don’t know if that means that people who watch TV will like it – although I hope they will – but I suspect that if you like Sandman and you want to see it on the screen, then you’ll like this.” Although we still have to wait for “VFX and suchlike,” hopefully stills will be released in the near future.
For those interested in seeing some Sandman NOW, be sure to watch the Behind the Scenes Sneak Peek.
Gaiman serves as executive producer and co-writer of the series, which is being produced by Warner Bros. Television. Allan Heinberg (Wonder Woman, Grey’s Anatomy) serves as executive producer and showrunner. David S. Goyer (Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, Terminator: Dark Fate, Foundation) serves as executive producer; Goyer and Heinberg are also co-writers on the project.
The series cast includes Kirby Howell-Baptiste as Death; Mason Alexander Park as Desire; Donna Preston ass Despair; Jenna Coleman as Johanna Constantine; Niamh Walsh as Young Ethel Cripps; Joely Richardson as Ethel Cripps; David Thewlis as John Dee; Kyo Ra as Rose Walker; Stephen Fry as Gilbert; Razane Jammal as Lyta Hall; Sandra James Young as Unity Kincaid; Gwendoline Christie as Lucifer; Tom Sturridge as Dream; Vivienne Acheampong as Lucienne; Boyd Holbrook as The Corinthian; Charles Dance as Roderick Burgess; Asim Chaudhry as Abel as Cain; Patton Oswalt as the voice of Matthew The Raven.