Thousands sign petition demanding Netflix cancel Good Omens show, but there is one tiny problem
This is perfect.
Released on Friday 31 May, Good Omens dropped to some decent reviews, thanks to a great cast, original author Neil Gaiman remaining heavily involved, and an interesting story to tell.
An angel (Michael Sheen) and a demon (David Tennant) are forced to team up to save the world from the apocalypse, crossing paths with God and the Devil and everything in between on the way.
Not everyone agrees with us though, as tens of thousands of people signed a petition online for Netflix to remove the show from their library.
The problem, of course, is that Good Omens isn't on Netflix.
It's on Prime Video, the Amazon streaming service, so there isn't a whole lot that Netflix can actually do about it, something that Neil Gaiman himself picked up on:
— Neil Gaiman (@neilhimself) June 19, 2019
Still, there's no such thing as bad publicity when you're telling a story about the devil and the end of the world, we guess.
Should you want to go right to hell, you can enjoy Good Omens on Prime Video right now.
Clip via Amazon Prime Video