Apple Announces Official Podcast About “For All Mankind”

Apple has recently been experimenting with various less common forms of promoting films and series from the Apple TV + catalog. A few days ago, the AR application related to “For All Mankind” was released. Yesterday it was announced that this series will have an official podcast.

The program will be hosted by Krys Marshall, an actress who plays Danielle Poole in For All Mankind. She will talk to not only the cast and creators of the series, but also real astronauts, employees of space agencies and scientists. The podcast will be available for listening via the application Podcasts available on iOS, iPadOS, macOS and tvOS. The premiere of the first episode was announced on February 19. Then the first episode of the second season of the series “For All Mankind” will appear in the Apple TV + catalog.

The series “For All Mankind” presents an alternative history of our world, in which the Soviet Union overtook the US in the so-called space race and was the first to successfully land a man on the moon, which led to an exacerbation of the conflict between the two sides. The action of the second season will take place in 1983 a year, that is ten years after the events presented in the first, showing their far-reaching consequences.

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