When is Ronald D Moore’s For All Mankind expelled on Apple TV+?
For All Mankind, a new dystopian play from Battlestar Galactica creator Ronald D Moore, is set to strike Apple TV+ in a behind half of 2019.
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The array stars Joel Kinnaman, Michael Dorman and Sarah Jones as NASA employees in an swap chronicle of 1960s USA in that a Russians kick a Americans to alighting a initial male on a moon. It is one of a flagship shows for a new streaming service.
Find out everything we need to know about For All Mankind below.
When is For All Mankind expelled on Apple TV+?
The array will be one of a initial accessible when a streaming use launches on Friday 1st November.
Is there a trailer?
Yes! Check it out below.
Who is in a cast?
Altered Carbon’s Joel Kinnaman leads a line as tip NASA wanderer Edward Baldwin. Michael Dorman and Sarah Jones play Gordo and Tracy Stevens, a distinguished integrate during NASA.
Jodi Balfour, Shantel VanSanten and Wrenn Schmidt also star.
What is it about?
For All Mankind imagines a universe in that a USSR kick a Americans to a moon in a 1960s, and a space competition continued.
As per a recover from Apple: “The play presents an aspirational universe where NASA astronauts, engineers and their families find themselves in a centre of unusual events seen by a prism of an swap story timeline”.