The video appears to be taking the story to China. Neil Gaiman, the author of the fantasy novel on which the drama is based, later says, "Hello, I'm Neil Gaiman".
The trailer also reveals that the House on the Rock will finally make its appearance on the show.
American Gods season 2 is officially in production, and to go along with that we're getting a pretty good sense now as to precisely when the show is coming out - though you will be waiting for a while.
He then teases, "Things are gonna get darker".
Gaiman further attempts to hype fans up on the upcoming season 2 of the trippy series.
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Zach Harrell said, according to CNN . "And there's a safe way to do it, which basically means avoiding a collision". That interaction was met with similar criticisms from American officials, and similar rebukes from the Russians.
"Me? What am I doing? Oh, just hanging out with gods and mortals at the House on the Rock", he writes in the caption. Why, yes, that is the Biggest Carousel in the World. Fuller and Green reportedly requested a hefty budget increase (to be tacked onto the reported $10 million per episode allotment already in place) and clashed with production company FreemantleMedia over it. Network Starz later announced that Jesse Alexander (Alias, Lost) would serve as the new showrunner on American Gods season 2.
Fans are surely familiar with the location mentioned by Gaiman.
The carousel is found in tourist attraction known as 'The House on the Rock' in Wisconsin, a freaky real-life location that was been briefly referenced at the end of season one.
American Gods, Starz's romp through a world in which the gods of classic mythology are being usurped by new gods, is going a skip year between Seasons 1 and 2, according to the first video evidence of Season 2.