American Gods Season 3 Update: There is no expectation about the return of the American Gods character for season 3, and here comes the explanation of the absence of this character in the latest episode.
As we all know that many characters have returned for American Gods Season 3, the character Jinn which is played by Mousa Kraish was not going to return for the latest season. However, the explanation of his disappearance in the latest season was provided in Episode 2 “Serious Moonlight”.
The human lover of Jinn named Salim is a person who is on the search for a deity. As we all see both of them ran away from the FBI together during the final episode of season 2, so the disappearance of Jinn has confused Salim and it is heartbroken for him, especially when he goes through the note which was left for Salim by Jinn.
Norse Mythology’s Metal Ties Highlighted by American Gods “My latest mission is all about the vital importance to Mr. Wednesday,” written by Jinn. “I don’t have any idea about how far I will be gone and how long it will take. Let consider this the end of our journey together.
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Don’t wait for my return.” Hoping for the answers to his questions, Salim meets Cairo so he can talk with Mr. Ibis about this; however, the god has no information about this mission.
In Fact, the god hasn’t heard from Wednesday for months, so both of them don’t know about what Wednesday is having the Jinn do.
While Salim is convinced because of Wednesday that both of them are separate, Ibis reminds him that the god made up is his own way of thinking, telling that the human that the feelings of Jinn have changed.
While going through to Salim, he is indurate that he wants to hear it from the Jinn himself, even disposed to go through, “the seven gates of hell are just to know about the truth in his heart.” For this reason, Salim is ready to go to Zorya’s funeral along with Ibis, since there is little chance that the Jinn may show the way to pay his respects.
At the funeral, the Jinn was from nowhere to be found, and Salim confronts Wednesday, despite what Ibis passed the words about the feelings of Jinn’s feelings change. When he accuses Wednesday of sending the Jinn far away, Wednesday stands his ground saying that he did not such a thing. He also reminds Salim that the Jinn, so when he tells Wednesday he needs to recombine with him, Wednesday does not bare his feelings, blatantly saying that Jinn dumped him.
With Salim spitting at Wednesday’s feet just before storming out of the funeral, it appears that he does not accept that the Jinn would do such a thing.
It’s usually the best course of action to be cautious of Wednesday, with the god being a puppet master; however, with even Ibis suggesting it’s possible the Jinn has no longer holding his feelings for Salim, this could be the unfortunate truth, explaining why he is no longer in the season.
Wednesday could also be lying, hiding the truth behind, and the Jinn could but the 4th season is not out of the question, at last as far as author Neil Gaiman is all concerned, about who hopes to see Kraish’s return.
Based on the Neil Gaiman novel of the same name, American Gods stars Ricky Whittle, Emily Browning, Bruce Langley, Yetide Badaki, Ian McShane, Omid, and Ashley Reyes.
The series is all set to air on Starz at 8 pm.