Apple TV+'s "For All Mankind” is about a space race between America and Russia that combines personal drama with sci-fi speculation. The show's first season moves from 1969 to 1973, then jumps ahead to 1983, while season 2 takes place in 1983, then jumps ahead to 1995.
The third season of "For All Mankind" will hit the streamer on June 10, 2022. There is no news yet on whether episodes are released every week since previous seasons did not follow a singular matching release pattern.
Actors Shantel VanSanten (Karen Baldwin), Jodi Balfour (Ellen Waverly-Wilson), Joel Kinnaman (Edward Baldwin), Krys Marshall (Danielle Poole), and Cynthy Wu (Kelly Baldwin) will be reprising their roles in the series. Sonya Walger (Molly Cobb), Casey Johnson (Danny Stevens), Coral Peña (Aleida Rosales), and Wrenn Schmidt (Margo Madison) will also be back.
The series will introduce a new character after the exit of two regulars, Michael Dorman and Sarah Jones. Edi Gathegi will join the program as Dev Ayesa, a character described as a "charismatic visionary."
The show’s trailer showed the space explorers setting their sights on Mars in 1995. Under a series of textural quotes lauding the sequence from multiple critics, a voice can be heard declaring that "when united behind a common goal, there is nothing we cannot achieve."