good omens

'Gaiman previously stated that he would not be adapting the novel without Pratchett, who died in March of 2015 of a rare form of early-onset Alzheimer’s disease. Recalling a conversation with Pratchett’s longtime assistant Rob Wilkins, Gaiman explained why he didn’t want to adapt the work.

“Terry and I had a deal that we would only work on ‘Good Omens’ things together. Everything that was ever written – bookmarks and tiny little things – we would always collaborate, everything was a collaboration. So, obviously, no.”

However, the author had a change of heart after he received a letter written by Pratchett, intended to be read after his death, urging Gaiman to write the adaptation himself. Gaiman made the announcement that he will be penning the adaptation at a memorial held for Pratchett in London earlier this week. It was also revealed that the adaptation would be in the form of a six-part television series.'

I'm not screaming internally.
Not even a tiny bit.