Good Omens Wins At The Hugo Awards


Good Omens has won the award for Best Dramatic Presentation, Long Form at this year’s Hugo Awards. The six part series beat off stiff competition from the likes Avengers: End Game and Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker to pick up the accolade. 

The Hugo Awards are presented annually to the best science fiction and fantasy works and achievements of the previous year across the fields of written work, drama and art. This year's ceremony took place online due to the Coronavirus crisis. You can find the full list of winners here.

Watch the acceptance speech by Good Omens creator Neil Gaiman here where he pays a moving tribute to the original novel's co-author Terry Pratchett:




Good Omens sees David Tennant star as fast-living demon Crowley opposite Michael Sheen as fussy angel Aziraphale. The series was adapted from the beloved book by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett. It was produced by Neil Gaiman and directed by Douglas Mackinnon.

Set in 'a nostalgic present' Good Omens sees the Earth hurtling towards the Apocalypse, with the forces of Heaven and Hell massing for the final battle. However, an angel and a demon who have dwelt among humanity since The Beginning are determined that they won't give up their comfortable existance and form an alliance to stop the world ending. Their plan is to destroy the Antichrist...if only they han't mislaid him.
The series also stars Jon Hamm, Miranda Richardson, Adria Arjona, Jack Whitehall, Nina Sonanya, Michael McKean and Josie Lawrence.

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