After a rumoured disagreement between Netflix and Warner Bros. Discovery, The Sandman creator Neil Gaiman reassures fans that the show is safe. 

The Sandman has had amazing numbers ever since it made its debut in August.  

Many supporters organised for the continuation of season 2, and in November it was ultimately announced. 

Fans are speculating about how a rumoured dispute between Netflix and Warner Bros. Discovery will affect The Sandman. 

Despite the fact that the adaptation is available on Netflix, Warner Bros. Television co-produced it, and there have reportedly been recent issues with payment terms between the two parties. 

Gaiman promises fans that the debate will not impact The Sandman season 2 as he said, “Sandman Season 2 has been commissioned by a Netflix and is real. 

Whatever behind the scenes wrangling and negotiating needed to happen to make this a reality has already occurred.” 

Warner Bros. Discovery, had been “railing against” the payment terms owed to Netflix for the creation of television series for the streaming service.  

After The Sandman’s long-delayed renewal for a second season following a good debut, the debate resurfaced.  

Zaslav recently assumed control of Warner Bros. Television and is now in charge of the production.