The alternative-reality space drama that is shown on Apple TV+ will continue for a fourth season, with the decade of the 2000s serving as the backdrop for the narrative.
On Friday, Apple made public its intention to begin production on the fourth season of its critically acclaimed science fiction drama in August.
In an alternate version of history, the Soviet Union beat the United States to the moon, and the series depicts the space race that ensued.
The tale of this show is told in seasons, with each season focusing on a new decade, with the third season taking place in the 1990s.
It was revealed by 9to5Mac that showrunners at the For All Mankind panel at San Diego Comic-Con announced that the next fourth season will concentrate on events that will take place in the 2000s.
In December, USA Today selected “For All Mankind” as the best television show of 2021 and lauded the show for the way it tackled topics that were prevalent in America in the 20th century.