According to The Guardian, more than twenty thousand people signed a petition demanding the closure of the series "Good Omens" for offending the feelings of believers. The authors of the appeal addressed their claims to Netflix, but the project was filmed and shown on the Amazon Prime platform.
The representatives of the Christian organization were outraged by the fact that, in their opinion, the series "became another step towards the normalization of Satanism," and the creators of the series "ridicule the wisdom of God." In addition, activists objected to the decision to invite a woman to voice the voice of God. This role is played by Oscar winner Frances McDormand.
In turn, representatives of Netflix on social networks joked about the fact that they were ready to close the series, and one of the authors of the book "Good Omens" Neil Gaiman was surprised at the situation and asked his subscribers not to tell the authors of the petition the truth about who actually did production of the series.
Recall that according to the plot, the demon Crowley and the angel Aziraphale are forced to unite in order to steal the newborn Antichrist and raise him as an ordinary child. However, everything is not going according to plan, and the whole planet is threatened with a real Apocalypse. The book was written by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman, who also wrote the Amazon Prime project.