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'The Sandman' Season 2 Cast: 14 Actors Returning, 5 Stars Seemingly Exited, 3 New Cast Members Revealed!

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Production has begun on the second season of the Netflix series The Sandman and new details have been revealed about the cast, including three new actors who have joined the show. “This week we officially restart production on the next sequence of stories of The Sandman for Netflix,” author Neil Gaiman wrote in a letter to fans in November 2023. “Genius showrunner Allan Heinberg and the countless people in front of and behind the camera are building something endlessly special, and bringing these stories to life in a way that would once have been unimaginable.” The 11-episode first season is currently streaming on Netflix.

It’s not clear yet how many episodes will be in season two. Netflix has confirmed that 14 actors are returning, which means there are at least 5 stars who likely won’t be back. Browse through the slideshow to meet the season two cast of The Sandman…

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