The new season of the American science fictional drama series titled “For All Mankind” is ready to make a return to viewers screen this fall season with a bang to entertain the viewers. What would your reaction be to learning that there is an alternate reality out there that you aren’t aware of that will affect your life in some way in the future?
The series focuses on the alternate timeline in the 1960s with Alexei Leonov, a Soviet cosmonaut, becoming the first human to land on the moon, catalyzing the U.S. attempt to land on the moon after NASA is devastated about someone else doing it before them.
Created by Ronald D. Moore and Matt Wolpert, the series stars Joel Kinnaman playing the role of Edward, NASA’s top astronaut; Michael Dorman playing the role of Gordon, Ed’s best friend and an astronaut; Sarah Jones playing Tracey Stevens, Gordo’s wife who later became an astronaut.
Shantel VanSanten plays the role of Karen Baldwin, Ed’s wife and owner of Outpost Tavern. Jodi Balfour plays Ellen Wilson’s role, Wrenn Schmidt plays Margo Madison’s role, an engineer at NASA, Sonya Walger plays the role of Molly Cobb, Nixon women member, and Krys Marshall plays Danielle Poole’s role, an astronaut in the lead.
The supporting cast stars Cynthy Wu playing Kelly Baldwin’s role. Karen and Ed’s adoptive daughter, Casey W. Johnson, plays the role of Danny Stevens. Tracy and Gord’s son, Coral Pena, played the role of Aleida Rosales, an undocumented immigrant fascinated with outer space, and Edi Gathegi played the role of Dev Ayesa, Helios Aerospace’s founder.
Initially released on November 1, 2019, for the viewers to enjoy, the series ran for three successful seasons before getting renewed for the fourth season.
The series has aired 30 episodes in total with a run time ranging between 46-82 minutes by Apple TV+ for the audience to enjoy as it grabbed viewers’ attention since it was first released.
The third season of the beloved science fiction series focused on NASA scrambling to prepare for a launch to Mars, when Margo is confronted with a harsh reality and a surprise maneuver during the Mars journey provokes desperate measures by the scientific administration.
The new season started with Karen and Ed being divorced, with Karen getting ready to launch Polaris, an orbital space hotel in partnership with Sam, while Ed and Danielle attended Danny’s wedding with their respective new spouses.
Meanwhile, Ellen decides to run for the presidency against Bill Clinton as the Republican nominee while the race continues, but this time, it is for Mars as NASA continues to prepare to land there before others.
Molly becomes the charge of the astronaut program after becoming completely blind and has to make the difficult choice between choosing either Danielle or Ed to lead the Mars expedition. At the same time, Margo is the head of NASA.
Karen decides to sell Polaris to Dev Ayesa, Helios Aerospace founder who wants to use it in their commercial for the Mar mission, while NASA offers Molly their first crewed Mars mission to Ed, with Danielle working as a backup commander.
Meanwhile, Kelly returns from Antarctica and requests Danielle to take the biologist’s position on the NASA crew. Who agrees to take up the position while offering a job to Aleida at Helios, who declines the opportunity and becomes NASA’s flight director instead.
The series shows a flashback of a North Korean capsule crashing on Mars on 8 February 1995, killing one of its crew members. Lee Jung-Gil became the sole survivor of the mission and the first man on Mars, but he ran out of time and supplies after he was unsuccessful in making contact with Earth.
The series ends with the crew hailing Molly as the hero after she helped people evacuate the center despite being blind, the JSC being renamed the Molly Cobb Space Center, and Serge living in the suburban American region in 1995.
- Episode 1 – “Glasnost” – November 10, 2023
- Episode 2 – “Have A Nice Sol” – November 17, 2023
- Episode 3 – “The Bear Hug” – November 24, 2023
- Episode 4 – “House Divided” – December 1, 2023
- Episode 5 – “Goldilocks” – December 8, 2023
- Episode 6 -“Leningrad” – December 15, 2023
- Episode 7 – “Crossing The Line” – December 22, 2023
- Episode 8 – “Legacy” – December 29, 2023
- Episode 9 – “Brazil” – January 5, 2023
- Episode 10 – “Perestroika” -January 12, 2023
Release Date & How to Watch
For All Mankind Season 4 will become available for viewers on Apple TV+ on 10 November 2023 at 3:00 AM [E.T.] and will focus on the events eight years after Molly was hailed a hero for helping to evacuate the center, even with her disability and a new mission begins where the crew plans to capture an asteroid.
Meanwhile, Aleida and Danielle continue to harbor and be traumatized and haunted by the events that occurred in the past.
- In the U.S. – at 3:00 AM [E.T.] On 10 November 2023
- In the U.K. – at 7:00 AM [G.M.T.] On 10 November 2023
- In Australia – at 6:00 PM [A.C.T.] On 10 November 2023
- In Korea – at 4:00 PM [K.S.T.] On 10 November 2023
- In Japan – at 4:00 PM [J.S.T] On 10 November 2023
If you have a companion living in the U.S., ask them to lend their Apple TV+ and Amazon Prime passwords, as the series of episodes will be released on Prime and Apple TV+ for the natives living in the United States. The episodes of For All Mankind can be watched on Apple TV+ and Amazon. Ardent fans can also watch the episodes on YouTube with the help of an Express VPN.
How To Watch In The UK, Korea, and Canada?
Audiences living outside of the United States in Korea, Canada, and the U.K. can access the episodes on YouTube, Prime, and Apple TV+, a streaming platform for the natives living in the United States, by using a VPN. Fans can also watch the episodes on YouTube with Nord VPN’s help.
How To Watch In Australia And India?
Australian and Indian citizens can access the episodes from the Apple TV+, Prime, and YouTube platforms with help from Nord VPN due to it being an area-restricted platform available for natives.