With all that in mind, you’d think that getting a second season off the ground would be pretty easy, but that wasn’t the case. Showrunners Bryan Fuller and Michael Green exited the series after clashing with Gaiman over various creative decisions and Jesse Alexander of Hannibal and Star Trek: Discovery fame took up the reins. And while season 2 wasn’t quite as impressive as the first, it still gave us some very compelling television.
But now, as we head into the third run, it looks like there are going to be even more changes. For one, Alexander is