Season 3 of For All Mankind has a release date, which means we may look forward to the show’s epic journey to Mars in the future!
The second episode of Apple TV Plus’s space drama ended with a stunning time jump, one that foreshadowed humanity’s triumphant trek to their neighbouring planet.
What if the Russians had landed first, before the Americans? That was the intriguing concept of the first season of For All Mankind. This never-ending space race was merely ratcheted up by the two Cold War adversaries.
For All Mankind continues a dizzying speed, with season 1 covering the period between 1969 and 1973.
The events of Season 2 took place in 1983, jumping a decade in time, and culminating in an explosive finale that threatened the lives of everyone on Earth and the Moon. The ending fast forwarded to 1995, when the first astronauts set foot on Mars.
A Brief Description of For All Mankind Show
Created by Ronald D. Moore, Matt Wolpert and Ben Nedivi and produced by Apple TV+, For All Mankind is an American science fiction drama streaming television series that premiered on Apple TV+ in 2018.
After the Soviet Union succeeds in the first crewed Moon landing ahead of the United States. The series dramatises an alternate history illustrating “what would have happened if the global space race had never ended.”
The series stars Joel Kinnaman in the lead role as fictional NASA astronaut Edward Baldwin, with Michael Dorman, Sarah Jones, Shantel VanSanten, Jodi Balfour, and Wrenn Schmidt in additional leading parts.
The series covers historical characters including Apollo 11 astronauts Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and Michael Collins, Mercury Seven astronaut Deke Slayton.
Rocket scientist Wernher von Braun, flight director Gene Kranz, U.S. Senator Ted Kennedy, and U.S. Presidents Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan.
About the First Two Seasons of the All Mankind
The first two seasons of “For All Mankind” covered a span of almost two decades, commencing in 1969 and finishing in the late ’80s.
During the early ’90s, the space competition spreads to the discovery of Mars, which is the focus of Season 3.
It’s a familiar cast, with Joel Kinnaman, Jodi Balfour, Sonya Walger, Krys Marshall, Wrenn Schmidt, Coral Pea, Shantel VanSanten, Cynthy Wu, and Casey Johnson returning to play the different NASA personnel the drama centres on.
Edi Gathegi joins the cast as Dev Ayesa, a new character introduced this season.
“For All Mankind” showrunners Wolpert and Nedivi, along with executive producers Moore, David Weddle, Bradley Thompson, and Nichole Beattie.
As well as Tall Ship Productions’ Maril Davis, serve as showrunners and executive producers. Apple TV Plus gets its show from Sony Pictures Television, which produces it.
For All Mankind Season 3 Release Date
The third season of For All Mankind will premiere on Apple TV Plus on Friday, June 10.
On Nov. 1, 2019, Apple TV Plus launched, and the first season premiered. In 2021, the premiere of Season 2 will take place on February 19th.
It is projected that there will be 10 episodes in Season 3, which will be released weekly.
For All Mankind Season 3 Cast: Who Will be in for All Mankind Season 3?
Season 3 of For All Mankind has yet to be cast, in part because of the time jump. According to For All Mankind creator Ronald D.
Moore, the show is “a generational saga” and hence certain characters will appear and disappear throughout the course of the show. As a result, no one can foresee who will be in the cast.
Kinnaman confirmed to Collider that he will be returning for season 3 and claimed he was having fun “playing the age” of Ed Baldwin in his statement.
As a result, we may expect a few familiar people to return, although we can’t say for sure who. Season 3 will not feature Gordo (Michael Dorman) and Tracy (Sarah Jones).
A nuclear reactor on Moon melted down in season 2’s finale. The pair sacrificed themselves to prevent this disaster.
For All Mankind Season 3 Filming
Late in February 2021, production on the third season of For All Mankind began. On the set of the show, Krys Marshall (Danielle Poole) shared a picture of herself and Shantel VanSanten relaxing in front of their trailer.
Creators of the For All Mankind
With Ronald D. Moore, Bed Nedivi, and Matt Wolpert, the show For All Mankind was born. Showrunners Nedivi & Wolpert work with Tall Ship Productions’ Moore & Davis.
As well as David Weddle, Bradley Thompson, and Nicole Beattie on executive production duties. Sony Pictures Television is behind the creation of For All Mankind.
For All Mankind Season 3 Plot
A few reasonable guesses may be made concerning the future season of For All Mankind, but we don’t know everything.
A boot was seen on Mars in the season 2 finale, although it’s unclear if it belonged to a US or Soviet cosmonaut.
A new space race could be hinted to by the shoe’s owner’s identity being disclosed early on in the series.
However, as the new teaser implies, this mission was a collaborative effort between NASA and the USSR.
There will also be a second time shift. Unlike the first season, which was set in the 1960s and 1970s, the second season takes place in the era of the 1980s.
So, when can we expect the premiere of Season 3? We’re going back to the ’90s, so if you’re a fan of grunge, we hope you’ll join us (1995, to be specific).
Awards and Nominations of All Mankind Series
The New York Times and CBS Sunday Morning journalist David Pogue has been named host of the 73rd annual Technology and Engineering Emmy Awards by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
Additionally, Rich Little, a renowned Las Vegas headliner, has been added to the line-up. The Pioneers categories will be shown in a small amount of time. For those who can’t travel, the event will be conducted in Las Vegas on April 25, 2014.
Trailer of the All Mankind Season 3
David Simon’s upcoming miniseries, “We Own This City,” has premiered its first trailer on HBO. The show covers the growth and fall of the Baltimore Police Department’s Gun Trace Task Force, which was disbanded owing to internal corruption.
Season 3 of For All Mankind will premiere on Apple TV+ on Friday, June 10 at 10 p.m. ET/PT, the streaming service revealed on Monday.
In case you’re wondering, the third season will premiere on Friday, June 10, with a new episode airing every Friday for a total of ten episodes.
A teaser video for Apple TV+ shows humans landing on Mars’ surface in 1995, as well. “There is no limit to what we can do when we work together,” a voice says over the video.