“Angry is good. Angry gets shit done.”
So speaks Mr. Nancy (Orlando Jones), one of a many absolute deities during a heart of American Gods, a new Starz array formed on award-winning author Neil Gaiman’s novel of a same name.
A new shave from a array teases a opening stage of a show’s second episode, featuring a initial coming of Jones as a fan-favorite contriver god. In a scene, Mr. Nancy stands in a inlet of a worker boat headed toward America, warning a detained inhabitants about a destiny they face.
“Let me paint a design of what’s watchful for we on a shore,” he tells them. “You arrive in America, land of opportunity, divert and sugar … and theory what? You all get to be slaves. Split up, sole off and worked to death.”
He continues: “The usually good news is a tobacco your grandkids are going to plantation for giveaway is going to give a shitload of these white motherf—kers cancers.”
Watch a shave in a video below.
Jones is though one of many stars and gods on Starz’s American Gods, that centers on a male named Shadow Moon (Ricky Whittle) who becomes inextricable in a fight between aged and new gods for a essence of a nation. The expel also includes Ian McShane as a aged gods’ ringleader Mr. Wednesday, Emily Browning as Shadow’s defunct mother Laura Moon, Pablo Schreiber as a punchy pixie Mad Sweeney, and Yetide Badaki as Bilquis, a enchantress of adore and friendship with a … let’s call it a unique passionate appetite.
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