With Netflix’s data harvesting done, The Sandman author Neil Gaiman explains why the streaming giant still hasn’t given Season 2 a go. Apparently, the service pays closer attention to binge-watching activities for its titles rather than spread-out viewing. For certain series, there are those among subscriber population who prefer to savor each episode. Thus they end up finishing it weeks after the show began to stream.
Neil Gaiman tweets that the unique subscriber behavior towards The Sandman is delaying if not complicating the Season 2 decision.
Neil Gaiman Posts Netflix’s The Sandman Season 2 Complication
Sandman Season 1 dropped Aug 5th. The data harvesting has only just finished – and is complicated by a lot of people not binge-watching it, but spreading it out, letting episodes sink in before watching the next. Telling @netflix to hurry up won't make decisions s happen faster. https://t.co/T69cV45r7W
— Neil Gaiman (@neilhimself) September 21, 2022
Still, there series has prevailing positive response from critics and viewers. In fact, the series scores 87% on the Tomatometer with 80% Audience Score from 4467 user ratings. The Critics Consensus state: