One of Apple’s most anticipated series, with permission from ‘See’ starring Jason Momoa, is ‘For All Mankind’. The series stars Joel Kinnaman and presents an alternative story that explores what could have happened if the space race had never ended and it had been the USSR that had reached the moon first .
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11’s moon landing , Apple has shared a new video with details about its upcoming series, which will be released on Apple TV+, with commentary by creator Ronald D. Moore and others who have worked on ‘For All Mankind’.
For All Mankind’ is inspired by the Apollo 11 mission and the space race , according to executive producer Matt Wolpert. In this way Apple recognizes “the bold and daring human spirit that led us to the moon” and continues to inspire the next generations.
For All Mankind’ is one of the TV series Apple is working on for its upcoming Apple TV+ service to be launched this fall. Apple has dozens of productions underway and is investing a lot of money in some of them. In addition, Apple itself has admitted that they prefer quality to quantity, a strategy they also use with their devices.
Although the first season of the series has not yet been released, Moore says that a second season is already being discussed . The team is preparing stories and scripts, although Apple has not yet officially ordered this second season, if the series is successful we will have a continuation.