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American Gods Season 3: Release Date, Cast, Synopsis And Trailer

There are not much time left until the American Gods Season 3 premiere. You can watch it this weekend in the United States, although other countries wait until Monday.

It Doesn’t Matter, This Season Is More Than Worth The Wait!

And the wait has certainly been long. The season has been in the works since 2019 (writing started a year ago!) And has seen a few presenter changes since then. She was also surrounded by controversy throughout this time. But fans of Neil Gaiman’s novel will want to see how it all plays out, especially as this season is going to return more faithful to the books.

So we’re going to take a look at what we know about the third season of American Gods, including where and when to watch.

American Gods Season 3

Premiere Date The official premiere date is Sunday, January 10. The new episodes will be available for streaming at 8 / 7c on the channel.

If you have the STARZ app, which you’ll do when you get it from Amazon Channels, you’ll be able to watch it from midnight. Immerse yourself in the next chapter in the history of Shadow Moon.

Release Date 

If you live outside of the United States, you will need Amazon Prime Video in your region for the season. This includes Canada, UK, Australia, New Zealand, and everywhere else.

The new episodes will air at midnight on Monday, January 11. As on STARZ, there will be a weekly release. This is the standard for the series.

Cast

The majority of the cast in American Gods Season 2 are back. There is one notable release, which has been made extremely public throughout 2020.

Orlando Jones is not returning as Mr. Nancy. You can learn the why at the Den of Geek.

After the script for the second season, Pablo Schreiber will not be returning as Mad Sweeney.

We will always have:

  • Ricky Whittle as Shadow Moon
  • Ian McShane as Mr. Wednesday
  • Emily Browning as Laura Moon
  • Yetide Badaki as Bilquis
  • Bruce Langley as Tech
  • Crispin Glover as Mr. World
  • Omid Abtahi as Salim
  • Peter Stormare as Czernobog
  • Demore Barnes as Mr. Ibis
  • Devery Jacobs as Sam Black Crow.

Ashley Reyes joins us as a series regular. Her character, Cordelia, is a rebellious student who has dropped out of school and faces a mountain of debts and bills. Mr. Wednesday offers to erase them and she crosses the country with him to help him with his “technological stuff”. Of course, she has no idea what’s really going on as Shadow Moon didn’t at first.

Game of Thrones actor Iwan Rheon will star in season three as a “good-natured pixie” called Liam Doyle. Ramsey Bolton as a good character, really? Well if you’ve seen Misfits you know Rheon can do good and bad.

They also joined the distribution:

  • Dominique Jackson as Ms. World
  • Eric Johnson as Lakeside Police Chief Chad Mulligan
  • Marilyn Manson as Johan Wengren
  • Blythe Danner as Demeter
  • Herizen Guardiola as Oshun

Trailer

The trailer for the third season of American Gods was released at NYCC 2020. The virtual event was so much fun to hear the cast of the series. He made it clear that there is a lot to look forward to.

There is also a preview of the first episode released. Shadow Moon may not be with Mr. Wednesday anymore, but that doesn’t mean Mr. Wednesday isn’t taking care of Shadow Moon.

Shadow, now known as Mike, helps an elderly woman get home. She talks about her husband, first sharing all the good stuff, then goes on to talk about the infidel and the liar he was. This is not just any old woman. Watch the peeking gaze to find out what’s going on:

Synopsis

The third season sees Shadow attempting to detach himself from everything he’s learned as the season approaches. He wants to be his own man, and he ends up in Lakeside, Wisconsin, to achieve it.

This season, he will also undertake a spiritual journey. The gods of his dark ancestors, the Orishas, ​​will help him understand who he really is and what he is meant for.

As for the other characters, you’ll have to wait to find out.

About the author

Rishabh Shetty

Born to Indian American Parents, Rishabh holds a strong connect to the Indian entertainment industry. Though he is glued to American drama, sitcom and web series, his connect with Bollywood and Indian celebrity buzz makes him the best candidate for associate editor, Indian division of Interviewer PR.