It’s here – the incredible first trailer for Apple TV+ Original series, For All Mankind. In fact, if there’s a better trailer to come out before the Apple TV+ launch, then we are really in for a treat. Ronald D. Moore is a name science-fiction aficionados will be familiar with. Known for his much-touted work on Star Trek and Battlestar Galactica, the Emmy® award winner has created and written an alternate-timeline where NASA and the space program remain a focal point of hope and aspiration. The show’s first trailer – set between 1969 and 1972 – sees the Soviet Union beat NASA’s Apollo program to becoming the first humans to successfully land on the Moon.
Not a lot is known about the show, which is being executive produced by Matt Wolpert and Ben Nedivi (Fargo) for Tall Ship Productions. Starring; Joel Kinnaman, Michael Dormon and Sarah Jones, the hype created from the release of its debut trailer may just rocket Apple’s original content ambitions to the Moon and back.
For All Man Kind will be available through the Apple TV app when Apple TV+ launches this Autumn.