What would have happened if the global space race had never concluded? Well, those genuinely interested in finding the answers to this intriguing “what if?” scenario only need to tune into Apple TV+’s popular science fiction series, For All Mankind, to quench their curiosity.
Spread across three seasons — with a fourth installment on its way — the series maps a past where the Soviet Union was the first nation to succeed in a Moon landing in 1969, thus significantly changing the course of events and altering the future in unexpected ways.
Where to Watch For All Mankind?
You can get acquainted with the unique plotline of the series just before its much-anticipated fourth season drops by availing of the highly lucrative Apple TV+ subscription, which will also give you access to the streamer’s other acclaimed shows and films.
The process is straightforward. You can pick from the free 7-day or one-month trial if you purchase Apple One. The three-month subscription to Apple TV+ is also an option you can choose if you already have an Apple device. In the case of the latter, if you want to continue accessing the streamer’s offerings, you can renew the service within 90 days of purchase.
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How Many Episodes Are in For All Mankind?
The enticing storyline of For All Mankind has continued for three seasons so far, with each installment including ten episodes. All the episodes have a duration tentatively lasting between 48 to 82 minutes. You can check out the complete list of For All Mankind episodes and their release date below.
- “Red Moon”: November 1, 2019
- “He Built the Saturn V”: November 1, 2019
- “Nixon’s Women”: November 1, 2019
- “Prime Crew”: November 8, 2019
- “Into the Abyss”: November 15, 2019
- “Home Again”: November 22, 2019
- “Hi Bob”: November 28, 2019
- “Rupture”: December 6, 2019
- “Bent Bird”: December 13, 2019
- “A City Upon a Hill”: December 20, 2019
- “Every Little Thing”: February 19, 2021
- “The Bleeding Edge”: February 26, 2021
- “Rules of Engagement”: March 5, 2021
- “Pathfinder”: March 12, 2021
- “The Weight”: March 19, 2021
- “Best-Laid Plans”: March 26, 2021
- “Don’t be Cruel”: April 2, 2021
- “And Here’s to You”: April 9, 2021
- “Triage”: April 16, 2021
- “The Grey”: April 23, 2021
- “Polaris”: June 10, 2022
- “Game-Changer”: June 17, 2022
- “All In”: June 24, 2022
- “Happy Valley”: July 1, 2022
- “Seven Minutes of Terror: July 8, 2022
- “New Eden”: July 15, 2022
- “Bring It Down”: July 22, 2022
- “The Sand of Ares”: July 29, 2022
- “Coming Home”: August 5, 2022
- “Stranger in a Strange Land”: August 12, 2022
What Are the Critics Saying about For All Mankind?
The combined reviews for all three seasons of For All Mankind have brought the critic rating for the series to a towering 91% while its audience rating sits at 83%. Since its debut on the streamer, the series has been lauded for cleverly depicting an alternate side of an outdated history and how it would have affected the years following it.
“For All Mankind deftly blends fictional and historical characters… The series also does a good job of portraying outdated attitudes and environments while viewing them through a modern lens, imbuing things with abundant contemporary resonances,” writes Brad Newsome of Sydney Morning Herald.
“In the endless barrage of mediocre series pushed out weekly, “Mankind” stands out, a shining star (or moon or planet) among the replaceable rest,” writes Kelly Lawler of USA Today.
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Is For All Mankind Suitable for Kids?
Given the presence of violence, depiction of alcohol and drugs, use of profanity, etc, the series has been granted a TV-MA rating. Thus, while the show can be viewed by those 17 and above, it is not deemed suitable for the ones falling below this age limit.