Looking to stream Ron D. Moore’s upcoming space race alternate history series? For All Mankind is coming to Apple TV+ in November.
Ron D. Moore is still involved in Outlander, but he has a new show coming up. For All Mankind is coming to Apple TV+, one of the newest streamers, and it now has a November release date.
Starring Joel Kinnaman from Hanna and Altered Carbon, the series is a space race series set in an alternate reality. What if the Soviets landed on the moon first? What if they planted their flag on the moon’s surface? How would the Americans have reacted?
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You’ll get to see what happens after that in For All Mankind on Nov. 1. This is the same date that Apple TV+ is being released, setting the bar high for original shows on the service.
There is a downside for those who would love to watch the series. You’ll need an Apple TV+ subscription. Yes, this is another subscription service and I know we’re all getting fed up of them. After all, Disney, WarnerMedia, and NBCUniversal all have their streaming services coming up, and we can’t forget that we need to subscribe to STARZ to watch all four seasons of Outlander and get the fifth season right away.
However, the great thing about streaming services is that you can renew and cancel as and when you want. If you only want to watch For All Mankind, you’ll be able to sign up, binge-watch, and then cancel your subscription until the next show you really want to watch comes up.
Check out the trailer for Ron D. Moore’s For All Mankind:
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For All Mankind will be released on Nov. 1 on Apple TV+