NOS4A2 executive producer and showrunner Jami O'Brien took to Twitter to confirm that AMC will not be moving forward on a third season.
In the following deleted scene from the second season finale of NOS4A2, Bing is brought to his cell- and gets to meet his "timely" cellmate.
With the second season finale of AMC and BBC America's NOS4A2 still fresh in our minds, Joe Hill talks season 3 possibilities.
Vic was willing to do whatever it takes to burn Christmasland to the ground, while Charlie wanted to destroy his greatest threat and make it personal by making her son Wayne (Jason David) a permanent resident of Christmasland After nine episodes, losses on both sides, and Charlie's horrific fantasy world dying all around him, we've[...]
That was part of the point of spending time in Parnassus in Season Two to meet Old Snake and The Hourglass." Showrunner Jami O'Brien is also open to the idea of a deeper dive into Christmasland: "I think that Joe created a really vast world in his novel He hinted at a much bigger world than[...]
With four episodes remaining this season, it would be way too easy to use an appropriate-yet-punny line like "In this week's episode of AMC and BBC America's NOS4A2, all roads lead to Christmasland," or something like that Up to this point, Vic's (Ashleigh Cummings) been forced to spend too much time playing defense and trying[...]
Well, things definitely went from bad to really, really bad for Vic (Ashleigh Cummings) as we head into the following sneak preview and promo images for this week's episode of AMC and BBC America's NOS4A2, "The Hourglass." Manx (Zachary Quinto) has possession of the one thing Vic loves the most: her son, Wayne (Jason David)-[...]
In the following preview for NOS4A2, Chris isn't convinced Manx is back or that he's the threat that Lou and Wayne need him to believe he is.
By the time the dust settled on last week's episode of AMC's NOS4A2, Vic (Ashleigh Cummings) came to the horrifying realization that not only was Charlie Manx (Zachary Quinto) back but this time? A number of forces are at play this time that make ending Manx's evil and Christmasland an even more daunting task than[...]
As we said in our previous preview for AMC and BBC America's NOS4A2, last week's episode "Good Father" did an excellent job of fleshing out Charlie Manx's (Zachary Quinto) backstory in a way that gave viewers a better appreciation of his evil's origin and sense of the dangers that Christmasland present to Vic (Ashleigh Cummings)[...]
Giving credit where credit is due, NOS4A2 writer David Grimm and star Zachary Quinto did an amazing job with "Good Father" in rounding out Charlie Manx's (Quinto) backstory in a way that gives viewers a better appreciation of the evil that he and Christmasland present to Vic (Ashleigh Cummings) And that's what made it work[...]
Waiting and preparing for the day he would eventually return, Vic's never stopped wanting to burn Christmasland to the ground. A scene from the NOS4A2 second season premiere (Image: AMC). Forced to face his own mortality, Manx is more desperate than ever to make sure that doesn't happen; going after the one person she loves most: her[...]
Vic won't stop until she burns Christmasland to the ground, but a now-returned Charlie will do anything to keep the doors open Forced to face his own mortality, Manx is more desperate than ever to rid himself of Vic once and for all To do it, he'll go through the one person she holds most[...]
Millie Manx discovers a new aspect of Christmasland Written by Jami O'Brien Based on best-selling author Joe Hill's novel, and executive produced by series creator/showrunner Jami O'Brien (Fear the Walking Dead) and Hill, NOS4A2 stars Quinto, Cummings, Jahkara Smith, Olafur Darri Olafsson, Ebon Moss-Bachrach, Virginia Kull, Jonathan Langdon, Ashley Romans, Jason David, and Mattea Conforti[...]
Vic won't stop until Manx is back in Hell and Christmasland follows him there, but Manx returns more dangerous than ever Forced to face his own mortality in a very real way, Manx is more desperate than ever to rid himself of Vic once and for all To do it, he'll go through the one[...]