Good Omens 2 wraps shooting in Scotland

The country's ability to attract international projects was boosted by the opening of FirstStage Studios

An 18-week shoot has just wrapped in Scotland on the second series of Good Omens for Amazon and the BBC, starring David Tennant and Michael Sheen. 

Director Douglas Mackinnon – who was instrumental in steering the show to film its second run in Scotland - tweeted a picture, saying “That’s a wrap”.   

The Amazon Studios/BBC Studios co-production is based on the book by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett, with Gaiman showrunning alongside Mackinnon; the pair are also executive producers. 

Rob Wilkins, John Finnemore and BBC Studios Productions’ head of comedy Josh Cole also executive produce.  

Mackinnon said at the time of the Series 2 greenlight news: “Taking Good Omens to my home country of Scotland to film a second season is an exciting dream come true for me. And with Michael Sheen and David Tennant returning as Aziraphale and Crowley, we really have an angel and a demon on our side.”

Scotland’s ability to draw major, large-scale international investment projects was boosted by the opening of FirstStage Studios, currently housing another Gaiman/Amazon drama, Anansi Boys.  

Image via BBC and Amazon. 

Good Omens 2 wraps shooting in Scotland
Good Omens 2 wraps shooting in Scotland

An 18-week shoot has just wrapped in Scotland on the second series of Good Omens for Amazon and the BBC, starring David Tennant and Michael Sheen. 

Director Douglas Mackinnon – who was instrumental in steering the show to film its second run in Scotland - tweeted a picture, saying “That’s a wrap”.   

The Amazon Studios/BBC Studios co-production is based on the book by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett, with Gaiman showrunning alongside Mackinnon; the pair are also executive producers. 

Rob Wilkins, John Finnemore and BBC Studios Productions’ head of comedy Josh Cole also executive produce.  

Mackinnon said at the time of the Series 2 greenlight news: “Taking Good Omens to my home country of Scotland to film a second season is an exciting dream come true for me. And with Michael Sheen and David Tennant returning as Aziraphale and Crowley, we really have an angel and a demon on our side.”

Scotland’s ability to draw major, large-scale international investment projects was boosted by the opening of FirstStage Studios, currently housing another Gaiman/Amazon drama, Anansi Boys.  

Image via BBC and Amazon. 

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