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Neil Gaiman Explains Why Sandman’s Season 2 Renewal Decision Is Taking So Long

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Responding to a now-deleted tweet, presumably asking about Season 2 of “The Sandman,” Neil Gaiman revealed that Netflix has only just finished collecting viewership data for the series. Gaiman explained that the streaming giant’s decision has been delayed by many viewers choosing not to binge the series, and he cautioned that pressuring Netflix for a decision won’t speed the process along. “The data harvesting has only just finished,” he wrote, “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 [sic] happen faster.”

However, aside from viewers’ bingeing choices, Netflix may have been waiting on a bit of extra data thanks to an 11th episode of “The Sandman” that was released on August 19, 14 days after the initial release, and appended to its existing 10-episode season. Therefore, it is possible that many people who watched the initial 10 episodes have not yet watched the 11th, causing Netflix data collection systems to treat those accounts as if they have not finished watching the series. Asked whether that may be the case, Gaiman replied, “I honestly don’t know.”



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