Apple TV+ delivers a new look at historical/sci-fi show For All Mankind, which is about to see its fourth season drop.
We came in peace
From creators Ronald D. Moore, Matt Wolpert and Ben Nedivi, For All Mankind tells an alternate history of the famed space race. And in this timeline, that international battle never ended. The result is a world where space travel and advancement has rocketed past what we see here in the real-world (at least publicly), and also a pretty popular offering on Apple’s premium streaming platform.
Now debuting at NYCC this week, the company has revealed a new look at what’s to come for the fourth season of For All Mankind. The new episodes will jump the action to 2003, almost a decade past season three, and focus on an asteroid mining operation that promises to shake things up in a big way.
Rocketing into the new millennium in the eight years since season three, Happy Valley has rapidly expanded its footprint on Mars by turning former foes into partners. Now 2003, the focus of the space program has turned to the capture and mining of extremely valuable, mineral-rich asteroids that could change the future of both Earth and Mars. But simmering tensions between the residents of the now-sprawling international base threaten to undo everything they are working towards.
The ensemble cast returning for season four includes Joel Kinnaman, Wrenn Schmidt, Krys Marshall, Edi Gathegi, Cynthy Wu and Coral Peña along with new series regulars Toby Kebbell, Tyner Rushing, Daniel Stern and Svetlana Efremova.Apple TV+ press release
The first three seasons of For All Mankind streaming now on Apple TV+, and fans can watch for season four to kick off on November 10th, 2023.