Recently, DC Studios has been under fire for the changes that are happening within their company and this could spark streaming war between Warner Bros. Discovery CEO, and Netflix for one of the titles from the comics which has been renewed recently, The Sandman Season 2.
The Sandman has been a huge hit on Netflix and the series garnered a huge fanbase that when it was renewed by the streaming platform, everyone rejoiced. However, this renewal may also be the same reason why a streaming war could arise in the near future.
In a report from Deadline, it was revealed that Warner Bros. Discovery CEO David Zaslav isn't happy with the DC titles being on Netflix because of payment terms considering that deals with Netflix are structured to pay the producers spanning from 18 to 24 months.
Where does The Sandman Season 2 fit in the issue? Coming from a DC comic, the show being renewed for another run could mean an impending streaming war.
Reportedly, Zaslav also expressed displeasure from his colleagues in the company which quite resulted in a stir of controversies, rumors, and speculations online. Whether this would spell chaos would be something that may possibly arrive in the near future.
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From the DC comics of the same name written by Neil Gaiman, The Sandman follows Morpheus/ Dream, who was captured in 1916 and after 106 years, he escapes captivity and restores his realm, the Dreaming. He is among the seven Endless.
The Sandman boasts 10 episodes plus a surprise bonus episode with James McAvoy, Sandra Oh, Michel Sheen, and David Tennant about the graphic novels of Neil Gaiman, "A Dream of A Thousand Cats," and "Calliope."
It is expected that the cast of The Sandman will return for Season 2 with Tom Sturridge as Morpheus/ Dream, Gwendoline Christie as Lucifer Morningstar, Kirby Howell-Baptiste as Death, Jenna Coleman as Johanna Constantine, and more.
The Sandman Season 2 has no release date yet. Season 1 is currently streaming on Netflix.