Plus what you know about season 3 and beyond.
With For all mankind Season 2 is now airing on AppleTV +, I recently spoke with Joel kinnaman about the fantastic series. During this hilarious interview that made me laugh many times, Kinnaman pokes fun at what fans can expect in season two, what he knows about season 3 and beyond, what might surprise people learning about the making of the program and more. Also, share a very funny story about what he did during a scene that required him to eat a lot of pasta … and what happened next.
If you are not familiar with For all mankind, takes place in an alternate history where the global space race of the 1960s never ended. In this alternate timeline, the Soviet Union landed on the Moon first, and we follow NASA astronauts, engineers, and families as they try to catch up with the Russians while also dealing with changing times. Loaded with fantastic performances, incredible production design, and a detailed description of the space race, For all mankind It is one of my favorite series and I absolutely recommend checking it out.
In For all mankind Season 2, it is now a decade later and we are in the middle of the Cold War between the United States and the USSR. Tensions are high between the two countries as each side tries to gain a foothold on the moon and control resource-rich areas. At the same time, the Department of Defense has militarized parts of NASA and has become the center of the stories of various characters.
For all mankind Was created by Ronald D. Moore Y Ben nedivi Y Matt Wolpert and also Michael Dorman, Sarah Jones, Shantel VanSanten, Wrenn Schmidt, Jodi balfour, Krys marshall, Y Sonya walger. New cast members for this season include Cynthy wu as the daughter of an astronaut; Coral Peña as an adult Aleida Rosales (whom we met in Season 1) and Casey W. Johnson as Danny Stevens, the eldest son of astronauts Gordo (Dorman) and Tracy (Jones).
See what he had to say in the player above and below is an exact list of what we talked about. The ten-episode second season now airs on Apple TV + with a new episode every Friday.
What can you say about For all mankind Season 2?
What is it like when you see a great scene that involves eating spaghetti and drinking drinks is going to be filmed?
He shares an amazing story about eating twelve pasta dishes… and what happened in his trailer.
What was your favorite story from season 2 that wasn’t yours?
What would surprise people to learn about the making of the series?
What have the writers told you about season 3 and what’s to come?
‘For All Mankind’: Ronald D. Moore and Maril Davis tease season 2 and reveal if ‘Battlestar Galactica’ exists in this alternate story
Michael Giacchino composed the soundtrack for the first film.
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