American Gods ist eine Serie von Bryan Fuller und Michael Green mit Ricky Whittle (Shadow Moon), Emily Browning (Laura Moon / Essie Tregowan). Als seine. American Gods ist eine US-amerikanische Fantasy-Serie, die auf dem gleichnamigen Roman von Neil Gaiman basiert. Die epochale Geschichte erzählt vom. In der fulminanten Adaption des Fantasy-Bestsellers von Comic-Legende Neil Gaiman, entfesselt Serienvisionär Bryan Fuller („Hannibal“, „Star Trek.
American Gods (Fernsehserie)American Gods ist eine US-amerikanische Fernsehserie, die auf dem gleichnamigen Roman von Neil Gaiman basiert, der Fantasy, klassische und moderne. Zur Fernsehserie siehe American Gods (Fernsehserie). American Gods (Originaltitel: American Gods) ist ein Roman von Neil Gaiman aus dem Jahre. In der US-Serie American Gods geht es um einen bevorstehenden Krieg zwischen Gottheiten. Auf der einen Seite stehen die klassischen Götter aus diversen.
Serie American Gods Navigation menu VideoAmerican Gods - Trailer da temporada 01 - Legendado (Brasil) [HD] Donnerstag, Meine Freunde. Neu ab Edit Storyline Shadow is a man with a Kino Filme Gratis. All Titles TV Episodes Celebs Companies Keywords Advanced Search. Nancy is not included in the book on which the season 3 episodes are based. Heinlein A Canticle for Leibowitz by Walter M. The Sword in the Stone by T. Der Häftling Shadow wird aufgrund des Todes seiner Frau vorzeitig aus der Haft entlassen. Verwirrt versucht er, sein Leben wieder unter Kontrolle zu bekommen, als er einen charismatischen Mann namens Mr. Wednesday kennenlernt, der ihm einen Job. American Gods ist eine US-amerikanische Fernsehserie, die auf dem gleichnamigen Roman von Neil Gaiman basiert, der Fantasy, klassische und moderne. Zur Fernsehserie siehe American Gods (Fernsehserie). American Gods (Originaltitel: American Gods) ist ein Roman von Neil Gaiman aus dem Jahre. American Gods ist eine US-amerikanische Fantasy-Serie, die auf dem gleichnamigen Roman von Neil Gaiman basiert. Die epochale Geschichte erzählt vom.
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Shadow travels to the site of the battle and explains that both sides have nothing to gain and everything to lose, with Odin and Loki as the only true winners.
Shadow tells them the United States is a bad place for Gods, and he recommends they return home. The Gods depart, Loki dies and Odin's ghost fades.
Laura asks Shadow to take the coin from her, which he does, and she finally dies. In Iceland, Shadow meets another incarnation of Odin, created by the belief of the original settlers of Iceland who is much closer than Wednesday to the Odin of mythology.
Shadow accuses Odin of Wednesday's actions, whereupon Odin replies that "He was me, yes. But I am not him. Shadow performs a simple sleight-of-hand coin trick, which delights Odin, who asks for a repeat performance.
Shadow then performs a small piece of real magic, pulling a golden coin from nowhere, before walking away from the god and out into the world.
The novel's dedication reads "for absent friends — Kathy Acker and Roger Zelazny and all points in between". The Discworld novel Small Gods explores a similar origin of deities thoughtform.
While Gaiman says that he did not read the book by Terry Pratchett , he thought they shared a worldview due to their same geographic origins and, more importantly, their daily phone conversations.
He had also sought advice from Pratchett on resolving plot elements of American Gods. According to Gaiman, American Gods is not based on Diana Wynne Jones 's Eight Days of Luke , "although they bear an odd relationship, like second cousins once removed or something".
When working on the structure of a story linking gods and days of the week, he realised that this idea had already been used in Eight Days of Luke.
He abandoned the story, but later used the idea when writing American Gods to depict Wednesday and Shadow meeting on the god's namesake day.
In his introduction to Fritz Leiber's The Knight and Knave of Swords Gaiman acknowledges Leiber's portrayal of Odin and Loki had "definitely smudged into" and informed his take on the characters.
While Gaiman was writing American Gods , his publishers set up a promotional web site featuring a weblog in which Gaiman described the day-to-day process of writing, revising, publishing, and promoting the novel.
After the novel was published, the website evolved into a more general Official Neil Gaiman Web Site. As of , [update] Gaiman regularly adds to the weblog, describing his daily life and the writing, revising, publishing, or promoting of his current projects.
On 28 February , Gaiman announced on his journal that for one month the complete text of American Gods would be available to the public on his publisher's website.
The book won the Hugo , Nebula , Locus ,  SFX Magazine and Bram Stoker Awards, all for Best Novel, and likewise received nominations for the BSFA Award ,  as well as the World Fantasy ,  International Horror Guild and Mythopoeic , and British Fantasy  awards.
It won the Geffen Award. In May , American Gods was selected in an online poll to be the first "One Book One Twitter" book. The tenth anniversary text is identical to the signed and numbered limited edition released in by Hill House Publishers, and to the edition from Headline, Gaiman's publisher in the UK since Two audio versions of the book were produced and published by Harper Audio : an unabridged version of the original published edition, read by George Guidall, was released in A full cast audiobook version of the tenth anniversary edition, including the author's preferred text and 12, additional words, was released in A comic book series, American Gods: Shadows , was published by Dark Horse Comics starting in March Gaiman described this edition as 'the cleanest text there has ever been' of the novel.
Dark Horse Comics publishes a series of comic books based on the novel. Starz developed a television series from the novel with Bryan Fuller and Michael Green.
At the end of season 1, Fuller stepped down as showrunner and was replaced by Jesse Alexander. The two had previously worked together on Star Trek: Discovery and Hannibal.
Gaiman's next novel, Anansi Boys , was conceived before American Gods and shares a character, Mr. Nancy Anansi , the spider god of African legend.
In an interview with MTV News published on 22 June , Gaiman said that he had plans for a direct sequel to American Gods.
Gaiman had plans for a sequel even while writing the first book and has said that he is likely to focus on the New Gods in the sequel.
In addition to the planned sequel, Gaiman has written two short story sequels featuring Shadow Moon. The second short story, "Black Dog", was collected in Gaiman's Trigger Warning.
It takes place a year later in Derbyshire 's Peak District. Shadow's emotional reunion with his dead and unfaithful wife is interrupted when Mr.
Wednesday shows up and they get a surprise visit. In Cairo, Mr. Wednesday entrusts Shadow with the Gungnir spear.
Mad Sweeney recalls his journey through the ages as he awaits his promised battle. Once again, he warns Shadow about Wednesday.
These Sundance Film Festival headliners became household names thanks to some unforgettable roles early in their careers. Watch the video. The cast of " American Gods " chat with Kevin Smith on IMDb LIVE at NY Comic Con about the show's success and how the series will continue to veer creatively from Neil Gaiman's source material.
Plus, learn more about the early career of Ian McShane Mr. Shadow is a man with a past. But now he wants nothing more than to live a quiet life with his wife and stay out of trouble.
Until he learns that she's been killed in a terrible accident. Flying home for the funeral, as a violent storm rocks the plane, he is greeted by a strange man in the seat next to him.
The man calls himself Mr. Wednesday, and he knows more about Shadow than is possible. He warns Shadow that a far bigger storm is coming.
And from that moment on, nothing will ever be the same. Written by HarperTorch. It seems that each episode is trying to out awe the last leaving the viewer just wondering where it is all going at such a pace.
No surprise then that it all lost its steam later on. Yes, we get it with the mystery and suspense but that needs kindling and careful character development.
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Main page Contents Current events Random article About Wikipedia Contact us Donate. Now, that world and the characters within it will become the subject of a television series developed by Bryan Fuller and Michael Green for the TV network Starz.
Gaiman is working closely with those behind-the-scenes on the series, which will kick off with an eight-episode debut season on April Starring the likes of Ricky Whittle The and Ian McShane Game of Thrones , it looks likely to be must-see television.
Law and Psych actor Corbin Bernsen. Now even those who have read the book could be in for some big surprises, especially with Vulcan as perhaps the only "new-old god" in the series.
Exactly where his allegiance will fall is still up in the air. From the Middle East, the Jinn is otherwise known as an ifrit.
Whether his story is a part of American Gods to make a statement on sexuality, passion, the beauty of an old god or something else altogether, the chapter that Jinn and Salim are involved in has been a talking point ever since it was first read.
The chapter is clearly significant for Gaiman, as it will be translated onto the small screen at some point during this first season of the show.
Whether the Jinn will have a bigger role in the live adaptation however remains to be seen, though he is pegged for multiple episodes.
As Shadow's cellmate, Low-Key Lyesmith is a prominent character throughout his time behind bars. Low-Key does make a return later in the book and is actually a huge part of the overarching narrative, but revealing anything beyond that would make for a huge spoiler for anybody new to the story.
Cheeky and infectious at times; hideously annoying at others, Low-Key is the perfect embodiment of the trickster Norse god.
It should be interesting to see how he weaves his way throughout the TV series.American Gods is an American fantasy drama television series based on Neil Gaiman 's novel of the same name and developed by Bryan Fuller and Michael Green for the premium cable network Starz. Produced by Fremantle USA and distributed by Lionsgate Television, the first season premiered on April 30, American Gods () is a fantasy novel by British author Neil Gaiman. The novel is a blend of Americana, fantasy, and various strands of ancient and modern mythology, all centering on the mysterious and taciturn Shadow. The book was published in by Headline in the United Kingdom and by William Morrow in the United States. American Gods es una serie desarrollada por Bryan Fuller (Hannibal) y Michael Green (Smallville) para la cadena Starz. Neil Gaiman participa como productor ejecutivo junto a Fuller, Green, Craig. American Gods. In Season 2, the battle moves towards crisis point. While Mr. World plots revenge, Shadow throws in his lot with Wednesday's attempt to convince the Old Gods of the case for full-out war, with Laura and Mad Sweeney in tow. American Gods (TV Series –) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.