American Gods EP on what to expect in season 2: ‘Be very worried for Shadow Moon’

So it’s only fitting that the final installment of   EW’s   American Gods: Inside the Episode   features its longest roster of guests yet: actors Pablo Schreiber, Yetide   Badaki, Ricky Whittle, Ian McShane, Emily Browning, author Neil Gaiman, and executive producers Bryan Fuller and Michael Green. “You wallpapered her trailer with your face,” Fuller said to the actor when asked if they had any fun interactions with guest star Kristin Chenoweth, who plays Easter. I'm hooked, without question. Book ordered. Show Full Article Odin), Easter, Media, Mr. World, and Technical Boy   — as well as Mad Sweeney and Laura Moon gather for a big confrontation in the middle of Easter’s big party. It’s kind of his thing.”
Whittle joked back, “I just want people to make sure they know who I am!”
But it wasn’t all just a memory-filled walk through the season’s episodes. After a season of worship on the altar of Media,   American Gods   has come to a close. — Anne Rice (@AnneRiceAuthor) May 9, 2017

They also shared some behind-the-scenes stories about Ricky Whittle’s (Shadow Moon) pranks. The Starz series culminated in one final flurry that saw many of the show’s big-name deities — including Mr. And, as a result, there was a lot to learn about how the cast and crew experienced the show in its debut season. For Gaiman, one of the delights was people discovering the series and telling him — including another author. “I’ll go on Twitter and there’s Anne Rice going, ‘I just saw the first two episodes of   American Gods, and now I’ve ordered the book,” shared Gaiman. Wednesday (a.k.a. “And I’m like, ‘Life goals done.”

Signing off, folks in a state of pleasant shock having just watched the first episode of "American Gods,"…
— Anne Rice (@AnneRiceAuthor) May 8, 2017

Just saw the second episode of "American Gods," — as mesmerizing as the first episode. Pablo Schreiber replied, “He did that to a few people. Fuller and Green also discussed what fans should be thinking of as they wait for season 2, with Fuller warning, “You should be very worried for Shadow Moon.”
Watch the full interview above.