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Good Omens

Good Omens

Amazon 2019

The End of the World is coming, which means a fussy Angel and a loose-living Demon who've become overly fond of life on Earth are forced to form an unlikely alliance to stop Armageddon. But they have lost the Antichrist, an 11-year-old boy unaware he's meant to bring upon the end of days, forcing them to embark on an adventure to find him and save the world before it's too late.

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The 10 Best Episodes of Good Omens

Good Omens - S1E6

#1 - The Very Last Day of the Rest of Their Lives

8.19

Season 1 - Episode 6

Can Adam, Crowley and Aziraphale work together to fight the powers of Heaven and Hell and prevent the apocalypse? And what fate awaits them if they do? The story reaches its conclusion, and it might just be the end of the world.

The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Good Omens from 1572 votes.

Good Omens - S1E5

#2 - The Doomsday Option

7.96

Season 1 - Episode 5

Aziraphale and Crowley race towards Tadfield airbase as they attempt to prevent Adam and the Four Horsemen from beginning the apocalypse. But one has been discorporated and the other is trapped in a flaming motorway. Will they get there in time?

The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Good Omens from 1540 votes.

Good Omens - S1E3

#3 - Hard Times

7.88

Season 1 - Episode 3

We follow Aziraphale and Crowley's friendship across the ages. Meanwhile, in the present day, Agnes Nutter's descendant Anathema arrives in Tadfield on her own mission to save the world.

The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Good Omens from 1667 votes.

Good Omens - S1E4

#4 - Saturday Morning Funtime

7.82

Season 1 - Episode 4

Aziraphale and Crowley's friendship is tested to the limit as their superiors catch up with them. Armageddon starts in earnest, with the Antichrist's powers wreaking havoc across the globe.

The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Good Omens from 1563 votes.

Good Omens - S1E2

#5 - The Book

7.79

Season 1 - Episode 2

Having followed the wrong boy for years, Aziraphale and Crowley must now try to locate the whereabouts of real Antichrist. Perhaps the story of Agnes Nutter and her famous prophecies will hold the answer?

The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Good Omens from 1856 votes.

Good Omens - S1E1

#6 - In the Beginning

7.65

Season 1 - Episode 1

In the beginning and eleven years ago, two immortal beings decide that it might not be time to start an Apocalypse.

The episode was rated #6 Best episode of Good Omens from 2278 votes.

Last updated: feb 18, 2021

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I had really high expectations for this show and I must say it delivered in every sense. Everything is perfectly done from writing, cinematography to acting. Especially casting is spectacular! For me Michael Sheen stands out the most, his performance as Aziraphale is absolutely adorable. The show is very true to the book as well, so if you're a fan, you will definitely love this. 10/10 from me. I highly recommend it for binge-watching!

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Excellent adaptation of great book. Many talented actors and stunning cinematography. Terry Pratchett would be proud :)

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I absolutely loved the book way back when, and this adaption is on par with the book...almost perfect you might say. Stunning cinematography and brilliant acting, especially by Michael Sheen and David Tennant, make Good Omens a clear candidate for Series of the Year. Highly recommended watch!!!!

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I read this book ages ago and thoroughly enjoyed it, this TV adaptation by Amazon has been just as enjoyable. I was really reassured when I saw Neil Gaiman was involved in writing this script. It more or less holds very well to the original book. The pacing feels good too, not too rushed, but it doesn't drag on either. The casting is SPOT ON! I will admit I'm a fan of David Tennant anyway, but his portrayal of Crowley is just fantastic. All of them really fit their roles to a T. I also appreciate the use of a narrator, I think that was a great stylistic choice. It not only helps it hold to the book more closely but is also a good way to add a little exposition where some might be needed without it feeling forced or awkward/clunky. And of course there is plenty of the classic Terry Pratchett wit and humor to be found through out. It's quirky, but not so goodfy that it fails to take itself seriously when the situation calls for it. It's one of those shows I wish there could be more of, but all good things must come to an end, and of course being based on an existing book assures that won't happen either. ^^;

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I can't understand how people can rate this as a good show. It's like they have never seen a good show. The story was a good idea, but it was really bad executed and EXTREMELY boring. The only good thing was the relationship between Aziraphale and Crowley.

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I made it to episode two and have no intentions of stopping. This is a delightful show. I started finding similarities in other British shows and movies. first I thought this might be the same writer as "The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy" but I was pleased to find out this is a adaption if Terry Pratchett. I stumbled upon a TV movie of "the colour of magic" and was pleasantly surprised. I hope other Pratchett work makes it to the big screen or at least my 65in one.

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The history its so fucking boring, but the cinematography its fantastic. I was expecting more from this show.

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I've not read the book, but I definitely need to go check it out now. I absolutely loved the series, my only gripe being that there just weren't enough episodes!

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What a great show this is.

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Okay, I saw this advertised for a while and I really didn't think I'd be that into it - just didn't seem like my thing! But I love Tennant and I had some free time so I started it and omg I had to binge watch the entire thing immediately! This is now one of my absolute favourites! I completely adore Aziraphale for a start.. and his friendship with Crowley, ah, it's so great to watch. The whole grumpy, snarky, dark but not-so-evil character contrasted against the angelic, kind-hearted, pure character is the BEST trope and I will fight anyone that says otherwise. I really, really hope they decide to bring this show back despite it being a mini-series and there being no more source material.. as of yet! Honestly my only downside is that [spoiler] Aziraphale and Crowley didn't get together at the end! All i wanted was a hand-hold or something!!! I really felt it was building up to it the whole season.. so I hope we get another where they can explore it. [/spoiler] I'm really just grateful to this show because it's been a hot minute since i've been this invested in a show, fictional character or a pairing. Life got in the way. It feels great to be getting so much joy out of a show again!! And I'm now wondering why I've never taken more notice of Michael Sheen - his acting is insane! (PLS I NEED A S2)

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