Good Omens Reveals 'The Them' - Adam Young And His Gang Join The Cast



As principal photography on the BBC Two and Amazon show Good Omens continues, the series has revealed its child stars playing the group of four friends known as the Them. Joining the previously announced Sam Taylor Buck (top left), who plays the misplaced Antichrist Adam Young are the rest of the gang: Alfie Taylor (top right) as Wensleydale, Amma Ris (bottom right) as Pepper and Ilan Galkoff (bottom left) as Brian. 

David Tennant plays the fast living demon  Crowley and Michael Sheen his angelic counterpart Aziraphale in the six part adaptation of the beloved comedy horror novel Good Omens, written by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett. On the verge of the Apocalypse, an angel and a demon who have lived on Earth since the Beginning agree that they enjoy their comfortable lives and make a pact to stop the rise of the Antichrist. Or rather they would, if someone hadn't mislaid him... 

Good Omens is produced by BBC Studios, Narrativia and the Blank Corporation in association with BBC Worldwide for BBC Two and Amazon. The series was adapted by Neil Gaiman and is directed by Douglas Mackinnon, who also executive produces. Other cast includes Michael McKean, Jack Whitehall, Miranda Richardson, Daniel Mays, Sian Brooke, Adria Arjona, Ned Dennehy, Ariyon Bakare and Nina Sosanya. The series is expected to premiere early in 2019. 

Source: Discworld.com


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