Apple reveals trailer for season three of space drama ‘For All Mankind’

Apple TV+ today released the trailer for the highly anticipated third season of “For All Mankind.” The trailer sees the alternate-reality series jump ahead nearly ten years, moving into the early ’90s with a high-octane race to a new planetary frontier: Mars.

Apple TV+ today released the trailer for the third season of “For All Mankind.”
Apple TV+ today released the trailer for the third season of “For All Mankind.”

The critically acclaimed series, from Emmy Award winner Ronald D. Moore, Matt Wolpert and Ben Nedivi, will make its global debut on Friday, June 10, 2022 on Apple TV+. The 10-episode third season will premiere with the first episode, followed by one new episode weekly every Friday through August 12, 2022.

In season three, the Red Planet becomes the new frontier in the Space Race not only for the US and the Soviet Union, but also an unexpected new entrant with a lot to prove and even more at stake. Our characters find themselves going head-to-head as their ambitions for Mars come into conflict and their loyalties are tested, creating a pressure cooker that builds to a climactic conclusion.

The ensemble cast returning for season three includes Joel Kinnaman, Shantel VanSanten, Jodi Balfour, Sonya Walger, Krys Marshall, Cynthy Wu, Casey Johnson, Coral Peña and Wrenn Schmidt, along with new series regular Edi Gathegi, who will play Dev Ayesa, a charismatic visionary with his sights set on the stars.

“For All Mankind” is created by Emmy Award winner Moore, and Emmy Award nominees Nedivi and Wolpert. Nedivi and Wolpert serve as showrunners, and executive produce alongside Moore and Maril Davis of Tall Ship Productions, as well as David Weddle, Bradley Thompson and Nichole Beattie. “For All Mankind” is produced by Sony Pictures Television.

The first two seasons of “For All Mankind” are now available to stream on Apple TV+.

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17 Comments

  1. Really like the series. Well written and well acted. Very much looking forward to Season 3.

    Of course I have a major gripe. Alternate reality is fantastic alternate history is not. They should not have used real historical names.

  2. Like most everything on Apple TV, too woke, too full of itself and too hammy.

    Tried AppleTV and cancelled after 1 month. Tried again with the free months of Friday MLB and Apple even made that too woke and too hammy.

  3. Well Ilike almost very thing I have seen, the only exception is The Shrink Ne t Door which I found far too parochial, self-indulgent and repeatedly downright annoying and I failed to get through to the end. The rest has all been good to great. Can’t say I could really define what ‘woke tv’ actually is, sounds, just as usually it is the case when this term is used generally, like a cheap, lazy insult used when one can’t be bothered or simply doesn’t have the capacity to express one’s actual thoughts about something/someone.

  4. I watched the first episode of FAM last night and won’t be watching another. What’s with the non sequitur sympathetic portrayal of illegal aliens? Let me guess: the girl will turn out to be awesome!!!

    No thanks. Eff off, Apple!

      1. It shows a fictional NASA competing with a Soviet Union that never weakened and dissolved, steadily advancing its manned space flight capability (in a believable manner). Not a NASA that does not have a crewed launch vehicle (since 2011 with last Space Shuttle flight), and the Orion spacecraft in ever-delayed testing. If SpaceX hadn’t come along, we’d be relying on (and paying) Russia to get American astronauts to and from the ISS. It’s not criticism of the real NASA; NASA didn’t decide to end missions to the moon when the Soviets gave up, and put a hold on going back (and going further) for decades.

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