The article contains spoilers for Good Omens season 2.


  • Good Omens stars Michael Sheen and David Tennant discuss potential looks for their characters in season 3, including an 80s-inspired Aziraphale and a Gordon Gekko-inspired Crowley.
  • Good Omens season 3 could explore the fallout of Aziraphale becoming heaven's new Supreme Archangel, as well as the potential for a romantic pairing between Aziraphale and Crowley.
  • Good Omens creator Neil Gaiman has already plotted out season 3, but Prime Video has not yet announced its renewal.

Good Omens stars Michael Sheen and David Tennant have shared some wild ideas for potential looks their characters might assume throughout season 3. Following the unlikely friendship of the angel Aziraphale and the demon Crowley, Good Omens has regularly depicted the pair in various historical periods sporting looks consistent with the trends of the time. Over the course of the past two seasons, the actors have donned everything from angelic robes and Roman togas to medieval armor and 19th-century morning suits and top hats.

During an interview with, the actors were asked about their hopes for a potential season 3, and what time periods it may take their respective characters. When Tennant suggested that a scene set in the 1980s would be fun, the pair quickly theorized what looks they might assume with Tennant predicting Crowley would dress like Michael Douglas’ Wall Street character Gordon Gekko. Meanwhile, Sheen suggested Aziraphale would adopt a look reminiscent of the 80s British pop group Haircut 100. Check out their comments below:

Sheen: Well, there's lots, isn't there? There's all sorts of possibilities, aren't there?

Tennant: I mean, we love doing those different time period scenes as well.

Sheen: They're such fun to do ... Partly because of the dressing up nature of it, but also because it does show little bits of the relationship and little aspects of the characters and how they've developed. And it's so wonderful to do.

Tennant: It might be nice to see '80s Aziraphale and Crowley. I'd almost certainly be dressed as some sort of Gordon Gekko figure

Sheen: And I would be very [the British pop group] Haircut 100… [Crowley would] have the Flock of Seagulls haircut

What We Know About Good Omens Season 3

David Tennant as Crowley looking sadly at Aziraphale in Good Omens season 2

While the Good Omens season 2 finale saw an end to the mystery surrounding the Archangel Gabriel’s memory loss and appearance on Earth, the show also set up multiple threads on which a future season can build. In addition to teasing the Second Coming, Good Omens season 3 will also need to explore the fallout that comes with Aziraphale choosing to become heaven’s new Supreme Archangel despite Crowley’s pleas for him to remain on Earth.

According to series creator Neil Gaiman, Good Omens season 3 has already been plotted out, based on details that he had initially worked out with his original co-author Terry Pratchett. Intended to serve as the conclusion of Aziraphale’s and Crowley’s story, it was hoped the series will eventually see the unlikely duo become a romantic pairing and experience a much-deserved happy ending.

At the moment, however, Prime Video is still yet to announce whether they will renew Good Omens for season 3. Furthermore, given the impact of the ongoing strike action affecting Hollywood studios, it is likely such an announcement may still be some way off. Yet with the overwhelming response audiences have already had to the heartbreaking events of Good Omens season 2, it is likely that Sheen and Tennant will eventually make their ineffable return.