We had feared that we’d have to wait until 2024 to see For All Mankind Season 4. Apple TV+ has now found a way to bring it to us this fall.
There was a point when we feared that we would have to wait until 2024 for a lot of our favorite shows. For All Mankind was one of them. While the fourth season had finished filming in time, we worried that the current SAG-AFTRA strike action had affected the post-production process.
Well, our fears have been for nothing. Apple TV+ will bring us the fourth season of the alternate history series this fall. We even have a teaser of what to expect, although it’s more like a cheesy commercial that has us a little worried for our favorite characters.
When will For All Mankind Season 4 premiere on Apple TV+?
In some great news, the For All Mankind Season 4 premiere will air on Friday, Nov. 10 on Apple TV+. This is a couple of months later than we initially expected it, but the strike action may have caused this delay. It’s also possible that it just needed more time in post-production considering the point of the alternate history that we’re in.
Like other Apple TV+ shows, a new episode will air weekly. The Season 4 finale is set to air on Friday, Jan. 12. There are 10 episodes in total, just like the previous seasons.
While Ron D. Moore is still the creator of the series, he stepped down from day-to-day showrunning duties in Season 3. That’s the same in Season 4, as he gets ready to work on the A Court of Thorns and Roses, which is caught up in the strike action right now.
For All Mankind Season 4 will take us to 2003. Helios is trying to find a way around the problems of global resources disappearing. It’s all about cultivating Mars, and Joel Kinnaman’s Ed Baldwin looks to be a spokesperson for the private space company.