Based on the graphic novel of the same name by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon, AMC’s Preacher had been renewed for a second season before the explosive finale of it’s freshman year had even aired. Concluding where the comics began, the first season of the series essentially served as a prequel for the original source material, leaving fans anxious to see the show adapt the content of the graphic novel. Now, after executive producer Seth Rogen teased the start production late last year, series star Dominic Cooper has taken to social media to announce that filming on Preacher season two has officially begun.
Cooper shared an image during production on his Twitter account. The image, presumably taken from Cooper’s perspective, features someone’s intestines laid out on the road with the simple caption declaring the start of filming.
You can check out the post below!
Season 2 begins pic.twitter.com/lfl9urZEPD
— Dominic cooper (@dominiccoop) January 31, 2017
Few details on the second season are available, aside from the fact the first episode of the show’s sophomore year is currently titled “On the Road” and that characters from the comics, including the villain Herr Starr, will be making appearances.
The second season will consist of 13 episodes.
No release date for Preacher season two has been announced to date.