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      Season 4 – For All Mankind

      2023 Drama History Sci-Fi Action Romance TRAILER for For All Mankind: Season 4 Trailer List
      100% 26 Reviews Tomatometer 85% 500+ Ratings Audience Score The high-stakes lives of NASA astronauts and their families in a world where the global space race never ended. Read More Read Less

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      For All Mankind — Season 4

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      Houston, there's no problem here -- For All Mankind's fourth season hones in on what the series does best and forges ahead with a thought-provoking revisionist history.

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      Previous Episode 1 Aired Nov 10, 2023 Glasnost A new mission begins, to capture an asteroid; Aleida and Danielle are still haunted by events from the past. Details Episode 2 Aired Nov 17, 2023 Have a Nice Sol New Helios employees arrive on Mars as NASA undergoes major changes. Details Episode 3 Aired Nov 22, 2023 The Bear Hug Miles tries to make ends meet; Margo finds herself pulled into a dangerous situation. Details Episode 4 Aired Dec 1, 2023 House Divided An accident on Mars strains relationships, while Miles embarks on a risky venture. Details Episode 5 Aired Dec 8, 2023 Goldilocks A discovery sends teams across Earth and Mars scrambling for answers. Details Episode 6 Aired Dec 15, 2023 Leningrad Unlikely partnerships are formed at a high-stakes international conference. Details Episode 7 Aired Dec 22, 2023 Crossing the Line A group on Mars takes drastic measures; Margo grapples with a new assignment. Details Episode 8 Aired Dec 29, 2023 Legacy Plans are made with interplanetary ramifications; Ed begins working with an unexpected partner. Details Episode 9 Aired Jan 5, 2024 Brazil Things start to go awry just as an important mission approaches a critical juncture. Details Episode 10 Aired Jan 12, 2024 Perestroika Tensions on Earth and Mars come to a head. Details Next
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      Previous Helen O'Hara Empire Magazine Inspiring but not cloying, this is compelling drama precisely because it is as compromised and imperfect as our own struggles to progress. Don’t be put off by the tech stuff; it’s only rocket science. 5/5 Nov 13, 2023 Full Review Alan Sepinwall Rolling Stone The creative team has very much internalized the lessons of Season Three. The kinds of characters and subplots that weren’t clicking before have been minimized or outright removed, and the show leans more into its biggest strengths. Nov 10, 2023 Full Review Nick Schager The Daily Beast It remains one of the most compelling watches on television, infused with awe for the cosmos and faith in humanity’s ability to bridge gaps by working together. Nov 10, 2023 Full Review Shah Shahid The Movie Blog The show isn’t all that accessible for new audiences, but the drama will definitely intrigue a newcomer into catching up. And season 4 does some great things with its cast of characters to make that investment of time, totally worth it. Feb 22, 2024 Full Review Robert W. Butler Butler's Cinema Scene Sci-fi in its truest sense... Feb 16, 2024 Full Review Ed Fortune Starburst Binge as soon as you can. 4/5 Feb 6, 2024 Full Review Read all reviews Next
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      Previous Elizabeth S The writing mostly fails the wonderful concept of this show. High minded in its premise and beautifully inhabiting the time, space and feel of the 1970s-1980s American space program (at least in the first 2 seasons), the show constantly contradicts its own strengths with juvenile developed characters and writing. The nostalgia for1970s-80s NASA is equally matched by a nostalgia for 1970s-80s third rate television drama without (unfortunately) being cognizant of this fact. (If it was, it would have been a far more interesting show but I digress). With little complexity to work with via the script, many of the actors flounder or just lean into the melodrama of the writing with a few highly notable exceptions. Sonya Walger,s Molly is a rollicking , over the top fun performance. However it is Wrenn Schmidt`s performance as Margo that manages to carry the whole human feel of the period with a subtle sophistication that posits revelations about ourselves and what we were and what we might have lost along the way. Despite the melodramatic push on her character in seasons 3-4 from a shoddy script, Schmidt manages to carry the humanity of life`s impossible choices with a subtle grace. I am divided about this show. I love its premise, and how it sits down into the essence of period, but I loath it for its own disregard of that magic. Thank god for Wrenn Schmidt. Rated 2.5 out of 5 stars 02/26/24 Full Review Ray K This show hasn't changed its story telling dynamics for 4 seasons…thank you for that. Just a great watch. Looking forward to season 5…. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 02/11/24 Full Review Megan e Love this show and how it progressed! My only issue was with Ed - seriously how is he still alive in this show? I'm intrigued to see where the next season goes. 4 stars Rated 4 out of 5 stars 02/04/24 Full Review Chris B Literally the only extremely well written, exciting, character driven on TV right now. And the only one since The Expanse. So sad it's ending next season! Rated 5 out of 5 stars 01/28/24 Full Review Luis J Television at its best Rated 5 out of 5 stars 01/27/24 Full Review Richard S Was very excited to watch this season, and I enjoyed a lot of it, but it's how you leave them, and this just ended reeeeeeal dumb. Most everything on earth was great. Most everything on Mars got worse until I couldn't stop myself from yelling at the screen. It's never a recipe for success when every new character that is introduced is off-putting and selfish, and then the show keeps having them get their way and wants you to root for them? Then add in that the most selfish and perpetually wrong "regulars" just keep on keeping on…. Honest to god by the end I was just rooting for it to end. The finale was a combination of confused motivations, bad payoffs, hokeyness, obvious contrived foreshadowing(that they then wimp out on), and aggravation. I hate hate hated this finale. Rated 2 out of 5 stars 01/26/24 Full Review Read all reviews Next Post a review

      Season Info

      Executive Producer
      Ronald D. Moore, Ben Nedivi, Matt Wolpert, Maril Davis, David Weddle, Bradley Thompson, Nichole Beattie, Seth Gordon
      Apple TV+
      Drama, History, Sci-Fi, Action, Romance
      Original Language
      Release Date
      Nov 10, 2023
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