Apple has entered the business of streaming service and launch Apple TV+ back in the previous year. Many great shows are now streaming on the new platform including For All Mankind. 10 episodes of the science fiction alternate history series premiered on November 1, 2019. It is created by Matt Wolpert, Ben Nedivi, and Ronald D. Moore and produced by Tall Ship Productions, and Sony Pictures Television. It cast Joel Kinnaman and Michael Dorman in the main lead roles.
After the success of the first season, we will also receive a second season of Apple TV+ series. The renewal news appeared even before the first season premiere. Now fans are asking how much they have to wait for the new episodes of the sci-fi series. So below are all the latest updates for a new season:
Release Date Of For All Mankind Season 2
So the shooting for the second season commenced soon after the release of the first season. But unfortunately, later they have to stop filming because of the coronavirus pandemic. Shooting is finished on eight episodes and still work left on two episodes. Now it is not confirmed when the production will restart on the second season. This delay in the production will definitely impact the release of the new season.
But now many streaming giants are preparing to restart production on their projects so we are expecting Apple TV+ to do the same. A release date is still not disclosed for the second season of the sci-fi series. Sources said that For All Mankind Season 2 can premiere around late 2020 or early 2021.
Cast Details Of For All Mankind Season 2
Below are the cast members who will feature in the second season of Apple TV+:
- Joel Kinnaman as Edward Baldwin
- Jodi Balfour as Ellen Waverly
- Michael Dorman as Gordo Stevens
- Sarah Jones as Tracy Stevens
- Wrenn Schmidt as Margo Madison
- Shantel VanSanten as Karen Baldwin
- Krys Marshall as Danielle Poole
- Sonya Walger as Molly Cobb
Plot Details Of For All Mankind Season 2
The series reveals an alternative variant of 1969, the Soviet Union hits the United States to the Moon, and the space race stays on for decades with yet grander challenges and goals. The second season will set in 1983, nearly 10 years after season one and in the middle of the Cold War.