Saturday at NYCC 2019 is about to get even better. Not only can Outlander fans attend the Outlander panel, but there’s the For All Mankind panel, too!
There are two exciting panels for Outlander fans at New York Comic-Con 2019. Not only will Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan be on the stage, but Ron D. Moore will also bring his newest series, For All Mankind, to the event. And the best news is that both panels take place on Saturday at different times.
Yes, you get to see both panels. So, for those who are interested in Moore’s latest project, it’s time to get all the details of the For All Mankind panel at NYCC 2019.
When and where?
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Don’t worry about a clash. For All Mankind will take place at 3 p.m. at the Hammerstein Ballroom. This is one of the more friendlier off-site places for NYCC, and it’s relatively large. You’ll want to try to get to the front though, as the screens are slightly smaller than the Madison Square Garden set-up.
It isn’t clear on the length of time for the panel. It will likely be around an hour. There’s no screening of the first episode, but there is a sneak peek.
Who will attend?
Moore will attend the panel, which makes sense since it’s his new show. Outlander‘s Maril Davis will also be there since she’s one of the EPs on the series. Other EP/creators attending are Matt Wolpert and Ben Nedivi.
When it comes to the actors, you’ll see Joel Kinnaman, Michael Dorman, Sarah Jones, Shantel VanSanten, Wrenn Schmidt, and Jodi Balfour.
IGN’s Laura Prudom is moderating the panel, and I’m sure she’ll have plenty of interesting questions to ask.
What’s For All Mankind about?
For All Mankind tells an alternate history. What if the Soviets landed on the moon first? What would have happened to the space race after that?
Moore says that the idea came from his love of the space race and what could have been. Once the United States got a man on the moon, there wasn’t really much push from them or the Soviets to further explore. Sure, there are some explorations happening now, but there could have been so much more.
That’s what this series looks into. What could have happened after the initial race to get a man on the moon?
Check out the trailer for the new series below:
Will you attend the For All Mankind panel at NYCC 2019? Is this a show you’ll check out? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
For All Mankind premieres on Apple TV+ on Nov. 1.