Season three of For All Mankind has wrapped filming, which means we’re one step closer to taking a giant leap into the future and Mars! Unfortunately, the second installment of the Apple TV Plus space drama ended with another jaw-dropping time jump at the end of an explosive episode that threatened the people of Earth and the Moon.
Season 3 of For All Mankind will continue the epic story that began with a provocative premise: What if the Russians landed on the Moon before the Americans? The space race never ended, and the two Cold War adversaries only ratcheted up the race to colonize the Moon… and beyond. Season 3 takes place in 1995, the year the first astronauts set foot on Mars.
Sonya Walger, a cast member, revealed on Instagram that filming wrapped in September. Season 1 of For All Mankind moves at a breakneck pace, spanning 1969 to 1973. Season 2 flashed forward to 1983, when Ronald Reagan presided over NASA and the country. And now the show is fast-forwarding once more, which means a new president, new astronauts, new missions, and new challenges.
Season 3 Premiere Date for All Mankind
Apple TV Plus has not yet announced a release date for Season 3 of For All Mankind.
Her first season debuted on November 1, 2019, with the launch of Apple TV Plus. Season 2 premiered on February 19, 2021.
Based on the filming schedule (detailed below) and the amount of post-production work and special effects that will most likely be required, we anticipate that For All Mankind season 3 will be released in the spring or summer of 2022.
Season 3 of for All Mankind Is Currently in Production
Three seasons of For All Mankind began filming in late February 2021. Krys Marshall (Danielle Poole) shared a photo of herself and Shantel VanSanten on the set, sitting in front of their trailer. Season 3 of For All Mankind will be completed in September 2021. Sonya Walger commemorated the occasion with the following Instagram post:
For All Mankind Season 3 Cast
See the cast of the series For All Mankind Season 3 below.
- Joel Kinnaman as Edward Baldwin
- Sarah Jones as Tracy Stevens
- Jodi Balfour as Ellen Wilson
- Sonya Walger as Molly Cobb
- Cynthy Wu as Kelly Baldwin
- Coral Pena as Aleida Rosales
- Michael Dorman as Gordo Stevens
- Shantel VanSanten as Karen Baldwin
- Wrenn Schmidt as Margo Madison
- Krys Marshall as Danielle Poole
- Casey W. Johnson as Danny Stevens
- Edi Gathegi as Dev Ayesa
- Noah Harpster as Bill Strausser
- Dave Power as astronaut Frank Sedgewick
- Meghan Leathers as Pam Horton
- Wallace Langham as Harold Weisner
- Nate Corddry as Larry Wilson
- Leonora Pitts as Irene Hendricks
- Lenny Jacobson as Wayne Cobb
- Teya Patt as Emma
Season 3 of for All Mankind: the Season 2 Finale Explained
For All Mankind’s season 2 finale is one of the best episodes of the year so far. It’s an action-packed, high-stakes, gut-punch finale that kills off two beloved characters while setting up an entirely new story for season 3. The conflict between Americans and Russians reaches a tipping point in the finale, both on Earth and on the Moon.
At the Jamestown base, the Marines engage the Russian cosmonauts in a gunfight, potentially resulting in the meltdown of a nuclear reactor. Gordo (Michael Dorman) and Tracy (Sarah Jones) must solve the problem to save everyone on the base and keep the Moon from becoming uninhabitable for thousands of years.
They wrap themselves in duct tape and run into the harsh environment of the lunar surface. They are successful, but they lose their lives as a result. In each other’s arms, they die as heroes. Meanwhile, Ed (Joel Kinnaman) is at odds with Sally (Ellen Wroe) in lunar orbit over the destruction of a Russian spacecraft.
Danielle (Krys Marshall) defies orders and docks with the Soyuz in orbit around Earth on Apollo. Her handshake with a cosmonaut is broadcast around the world, inspiring President Ronald Reagan to reach an agreement with the Russians.
Margo (Wrenn Schmidt) receives a phone call from her Soviet counterpart Sergei following the emotional funerals of the Stevenses. But it turns out that he’s collaborating with intelligence agents to turn Margo into an asset for their cause! The camera then pans to Mars, where a pair of boots crunch on the red soil. It’s the year 1995.
Season 3 Trailer for All Mankind
The trailer for All Mankind has yet to be released. We’ll update this page if it becomes available. The trailer for the series For All Mankind is expected to be released soon. Let’s have a look at the trailer for the second season of For All Mankind. Apple TV+ released it on January 15th, 2021.