Good Omens’ Most Demonic Easter Egg? Crowley’s Hair Color
Stores should be ready for the increase in demand for one certain hair dye.
It wouldn't be an understatement to say that the Good Omens fandom was head over heels when they learned that their favorite show was returning for season 2. Since season 1 was a complete adaptation of the book by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett, many didn't think there was any more story to be told.
However, Neil Gaiman had his own ideas on how to keep the party going. And he did not disappoint.
Angel Aziraphale and his demonic pal Crowley were forced to return to their sources to explore the complicated nature of Hell, Heaven, and the relationships between everyday people. While some of the iconic duo's adventures were more successful than others, and some fans still can't get over the heartbreaking series finale, everyone can agree on one thing.
Both Michael Sheen as Aziraphale and David Tennant as Crowley looked extremely good in their slightly altered looks.
In fact, fans noticed that the Good Omens hair and makeup team outdid themselves by putting a fun spin on Crowley's season 2 look, making him even more demonic than before. All it took was a very precise choice of hair color for David Tennant.
As one of the Good Omens fans on X (formerly known as Twitter) pointed out, the demon's hair actually matches color number 6.66 on the palette perfectly. In the first season of the show, Crowley's hair was closer to a natural redhead shade, but this time around it perfectly matched his overall dark aesthetic.
Whether this was an intentional nod to Crowley's demonic nature or just a fun coincidence that someone stumbled upon, we may never know. However, if Amazon Prime Video renews the show for a third season, fans agree that they want to see the comeback of this particular hue.
As of today, there is no information on whether or not the studio is ready to wrap up the Good Omens story with season 3. Keep an eye out for any renewal news or behind-the-scenes production updates.