Also, they share updates on the writing of season 3 and tell us if they have thought about introducing a starship in a future season.

With For all mankind Season 2 is now airing on Apple TV +, I recently spoke with creators and executive producers Ben nedivi Y Matt wolpert about making the series fantastic. During the interview, they talked about how each season gets bigger and bigger, how the show can take real-life ideas that never happened and bring them to this alternate timeline (like NASA’s Sea Dragon), how far have discovered. the story, the deleted scenes, if they’ve thought about which season would introduce a starship, where they are in the process of writing Season 3, and much more.

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 their families as they try to catch up with the Russians while simultaneously 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.

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For all mankind Was created by Ronald D. Moore and Nedivi & Wolpert and stars Joel kinnaman, Shantel vansanten, Michael Dorman, Sarah jones, 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).

Take a look at 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.

Ben Nedivi and Matt Wolpert:

  • Tim Cook looks For all mankind?

  • How far have they discovered the story?

  • If the show goes on for a while, could the series introduce all the new characters?

  • Have you thought about what season a starship would introduce?

  • How the show can take real-life ideas that never happened and bring them to this alternate timeline as the sea dragon.

  • How do you find out which characters and stories you want to explore during the season?

  • Where are they in the process of writing season 3?

  • How many scripts are ready to start before filming begins?

  • Do they end up with a lot of deleted scenes?

  • Did you come up with something during the Season 2 writing that you’re going to use in Season 3?

  • Have you thought about what new set to build in Season 3?

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