American Gods Star Bruce Langley on Season 3: "Good Stuff On the Way"

While it's been a long and winding road between the previous second season and the upcoming third season, fans of STARZ's American Gods are beginning to see signs of hope- a light at the end of a long between-season tunnel that actually isn't an oncoming train. Last week, fans learned that the show would have an online panel during October's New York Comic Con's Metaverse that's almost guaranteed to offer a trailer and premiere date (more on that below). Now, Bruce Langley aka Tech Boy has taken to Instagram to let us know that he wrapped what he thinks was his last ADR recording for the new season ("It's very nearly done cooking"), and included a new image of Tech Boy from the recording session:

A look at American Gods season 2 (Image: STARZ)
A look at American Gods season 2 (Image: STARZ)

American Gods Star Bruce Langley on Season 3: "Good Stuff On the Way"
American Gods will be at New York Comic Con's Metaverse (Image: STARZ)

One place where American Gods fans will be getting more intel on the third season is at ReedPOP's virtual event New York Comic Con's Metaverse (October 8-11th), with the online panel "A Divine New York Comic Con Conversation." As for who might be attending, it's still not known if author/EP Neil Gaiman or showrunner Charles H. Eglee will appear, and the upcoming season has a pretty hefty cast list to choose from: Ricky Whittle, Ian McShane, Emily Browning, Yetide Badaki, Bruce Langley, Crispin Glover, Pablo Schreiber, Omid Abtahi, Demore Barnes, Peter Stormare, Sakina Jaffrey, Dean Winters, Devery Jacobs, Kahyun Kim, Derek Theler, Laura Bell Bundy, and Christian Lloyd. Joining the series for the third season are Blythe Danner, Ashley Reyes, Herizen Guardiola, Eric Johnson, Dominique Jackson, Crispin Glover, Danny Trejo, Marilyn Manson, Lela Loren, Julia Sweeney, Wale, and Iwan Rheon.

STARZ's American Gods season 3 follows Shadow as he attempts to break away and assert himself as his own man, setting down roots in the idyllic snowy town of Lakeside, WI, where he'll uncover a dark secret while exploring questions of his own divinity. Guided on this spiritual journey by the gods of his black ancestors, the Orishas, Shadow must decide exactly who he is: a god seeking veneration or a man in service of the "we."

American Gods Star Bruce Langley on Season 3: "Good Stuff On the Way"
Ian McShane in American Gods, courtesy of STARZ.

Danner's Demeter is the Greek goddess of the harvest and a god with an unresolved romantic history with Mr. Wednesday. Reyes' Cordelia is a whip-smart but rebellious college dropout facing mounting legal bills and student debt before Mr. Wednesday arrived in her life. Now, she road trips across the country meeting her boss' eccentric friends and helping him with "tech stuff," unaware she's caught up in a divine battle for the soul of America. Guardiola's Oshun is the Yoruban goddess of love, purity, fertility who uplifted and empowered the enslaved people who built America. While known as the maintainer of balance, and the mother of sweetness, Oshun is formidable and known for her spiritual strength. Johnson's Chad Mulligan is Lakeside's Chief of Police, who spends his days mediating disputes between townsfolk he's known his whole life until a local teenage girl goes missing, igniting a panic of paranoia and blame that threatens to tear Chad's beloved town apart.

Ricky Whittle as Shadow Moon in American Gods, courtesy of STARZ.
Ricky Whittle as Shadow Moon in American Gods, courtesy of STARZ.

Jackson's Ms. World is an incarnation of Glover's Mr. World (with Trejo set to play another version this season), who is looking to control destiny with a mysterious new piece of technology that, if brought online, will have the power to dominate humanity's attention. And in this modern age, attention is worship. Manson's Johan Wengren is the bloodthirsty frontman for Viking death metal band Blood Death. Wengren and the band play an important role in Mr. Wednesday's war against the new gods.

Loren's Marguerite Olsen is a trusted reporter for the local paper, a committed single mother of two, and a no-nonsense property manager. Sweeney's Ann-Marie Hinzelmann is the disarmingly warm one-woman welcome wagon for Shadow when he arrives at Lakeside. She's the owner of a small convenience store, a world-famous fishing lure artisan, and the unofficial self-appointed mayor. Wale's Chango is one of the Orishas, the gods of Shadow's ancestors, guiding him on this journey. Rheon's Doyle is a charming, good-natured leprechaun who once embraced his stereotypical Lucky Charms-St. Paddy's Day image but now finds himself on a path to a more dignified and honorable life.

About Ray Flook

Serving as Television Editor since 2018, Ray began five years earlier as a contributing writer/photographer before being brought onto the core BC team in 2017.

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