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American Gods Season Three arrives on Blu-ray and DVD – July 27, 2021

Arrives on Blu-ray and DVD 7/27

Street Date: 7/27/2021
Blu-ray + Digital SRP: $34.97
DVD SRP: $34.98

Based on the massively popular novel by Neil Gaiman, one of the most-talked-about fantasy drama series “American Gods”: Season Three arrives on Blu-ray™ (plus Digital) and DVD July 27 from Lionsgate. Starring Ricky Whittle (TV’s “The 100,” “Hollyoaks,” “Single Ladies”), Golden Globe® Award winner and Primetime Emmy® Award nominee Ian McShane (Golden Globe®: 2005, Best Actor in a Television Series – Drama, TV’s “Deadwood”; Primetime Emmy® Award: 2005, Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series, TV’s “Deadwood”), Emily Browning (Sucker Punch, Sleeping Beauty, TV’s “The Affair”), Pablo Schreiber (TV’s “Orange Is the New Black,” “Law & Order: SVU,” 13 Hours), and Crispin Glover (Back to the Future, Alice in Wonderland, Willard). “American Gods”: Season Three Blu-ray and DVD will be available for a price of $34.97 and $34.98, respectively.

In Season Three of “American Gods,” dangerous secrets intensify the inevitable war building between the Old Gods of mythology and the New Gods of technology. When Shadow Moon discovers that his boss, Mr. Wednesday, is not only one of the Old Gods but is also his father, Shadow attempts to break away and find his own path. Guided on this spiritual journey by the gods of his black ancestors, the Orishas, Shadow puts down roots in the idyllic, snowy town of Lakeside, Wisconsin — but this small town holds dark and bloody secrets that force him to accept his destiny. Rather than facing a choice between divinity or humanity, Shadow must now decide just what kind of god he wants to be.


Meet the New Gods of Season Three
Road to Epiphany: The Season Three Journey
Five Questions for the Cast

Ricky Whittle TV’s “The 100,” “Hollyoaks,” “Single Ladies”
Ian McShane John Wick Franchise, TV’s “Game of Thrones,” Hellboy
Emily Browning Sucker Punch, Sleeping Beauty, TV’s “The Affair”
Pablo Schreiber TV’s “Orange Is the New Black,” 13 Hours, TV’s “Law & Order: SVU”
Crispin Glover Back to the Future, Alice in Wonderland, Willard

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