Manzana updated For all mankind fifth season in Apple TV+. As such, one of Apple’s streaming platform’s flagship series will return to continue chronicling the space race between the United States and the USSR in this alternate timeline.

But this is not the only new product, Apple also ordered the development spin-off dedicated to the Soviet version of this story. This series will be called star town and will be responsible for the creators For all mankind.

Those from Cupertino did brief advertisement on X (Twitter), and we are waiting for new news about this production. “Your favorite alternate timeline, but from the astronauts’ point of view. According to the executive producers of For All Mankind, Star City is ready for takeoff,” they noted.

About the fifth season For all mankind, there is no big news yet either. Given the format of the series, it can be assumed that continuity will use the 2010s as a starting point.

As a reminder, the production examines the space race from an alternate perspective, in which the Soviet Union defeats the United States and reaches the Moon first in 1969. There the first season begins and takes place throughout the seventies, while the second, third and fourth are real events and scenarios based on the eighties, nineties and 2000s, respectively.

star townSoviet spin-off For all mankind

For all mankind It was a hit with audiences and critics, so it’s no surprise that Apple and Sony Pictures Television are trying to make the most of it. The concept of something star towna spin-off that will tell the same story as the main series, but from the Soviet side, is very interesting.

Ron Moore, Matt Wolpert And Ben Nedivicreators For all mankind, are the co-authors of this USSR-focused expansion. Wolpert and Nedivi will serve as showrunners on Star City, and Moore, who left Sony to work at Disney, will serve as executive producer.

“Our fascination with the Soviet space program grew with each passing season. For all mankind. “The more we learned about this secret city in the forest outside Moscow where Soviet cosmonauts and engineers worked and lived, the more we wanted to tell this story about the other side of the space race.”

Matt Wolpert and Ben Nedivi.

The co-creators of the spin-off confirmed that it will be a “paranoid thriller” and that will start from the same point in history as For all mankind. That is, from the moment cosmonaut Alexei Leonov landed on the moon in June 1969.

It is not yet known whether Star City will repeat the 10-year jump between seasons, or whether it will continue beyond the first. In the meantime, we will have to wait for new official news to emerge. Both fifth seasons For all mankind as a debut star town They don’t have any confirmed release dates yet..

Source: Hiper Textual

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