The second season of the hit series Apple TV+, For All Mankind, will be available from February 19, 2021, as announced by the Cupertino Company.
After a hiatus due to Covid-19, production of this alternate history drama resumed last August.
According to a report from “Deadline,” filming for all episodes – except for two blocked for the second season – ended before production was halted.
For All Mankind debuted last year as a series among others on the list of releases of Apple TV+. It was also one of the first series to be renewed for a second season, with Apple giving the green light before Apple TV+ It will debut in November 2019.
The series tells the story of the United States space program in an alternate reality that sees the Soviet Union win the space race.
For All Mankind returns in February with the second season
Created by Ronald D. Moore (“Battlestar Galactica”, “Star Trek: Generations”), Matt Wolpert (“Fargo”, “American Crime Story”) y Ben Nedivi (“Fargo,” “American Crime Story”); the show is starring Joel Kinnaman (“Hanna”, “Altered Carbon”), Michael Dorman (“Patriot”, “The Invisible Man”), Sarah Jones (“Damnation”, “The Path”), Shantel VanSanten (“Shooter”, “The Flash”), Wrenn Schmidt (“The Looming Tower”, “The Americans”) y Jodi BalfOur (“The Crown”, “True Detective”), entre otros.
Some of the directors are: Allen Coulter (“The Sopranos”, “Hollywoodland”), John Dahl (“Yellowstone”, “Billions”) y Seth Gordon (“The Goldbergs”, “Atypical”).
Remember that For All Mankind have 10 episodes by season of 60 minutes eachO.
The next season would take place roughly a decade after the events of the first. With the Cold War in full swing, the moon becomes a target for military hostilities.