Good Omens: 5 Differences Between The Book And Mini Series Adaptation (And 5 Things They Kept The Same)

Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett created comedy gold when they wrote the novel Good Omens. The pair wove pop culture references, biblical humor, puns, and even a few slap-stick moments into a work of art. Terry Pratchett always envisioned bringing his creation to life on the screen. The iconic writer passed away before he could see that dream realized but his good friend Neil carries on their work.

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Every adaptation requires edits. You can't fit every detail of every page into 6 episodes. What changes were made from the book to the mini-series? Keep reading to find out.

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