For All Mankind is an Apple TV+ alternative history series that revolves around the consequences which might have occurred when the Soviets had conquered the United States to the moon.
Season 2 begins in 1983, a decade after where Season 1 left. The surgeries at NASA are now majorly controlled by Washington politics and the Department of Defense. There are a growing threat of nuclear war. The show also has some historically appropriate data.
The season’s backdrop jumps into alternative reality the same as 1. This is expected to last in Season 3 as well.
The finale of season 2 For All Mankind ended up in mostly battles that were set up for another season i.e. season 3, at one of the scenes we could observe a”cosmonaut” stepping on Mars.
The series creator Ronald D. Morre along with his co-showrunners Matt Wolpert and Ben Nedivi have thought out the series storyline for at least seven seasons.
The whereabouts of this plot and cast is still unknown. Each season will differ from each other regarding the time where it will be set. There’ll at least be a gap of a decade between each season.
Although an official release date has not been confirmed yet but the season is expected to come out in December 2021 or early 2022. The filming of the show began in February 2021.
The cast that has been confirmed is Jack Kinnaman, Shantel Van Saten and Krys Marshall. Many more faces have been expected to be seen in this season.
Season 3 will concentrate on Mars and the assignments would be different from that of the actual Mars exploration of the 1990s. The series time jumps into the ’90s that raises a doubt that will Aleida, Danny and Kelly be the central characters for this season since they’ll also age.
It would be intriguing to see how the youthful cast is shown to become a completely different decade. There could be the chance for another narrative like Will Margo decide to work up to the soviets or Can Ed and Karen wind up divorced.