The show sheds lights on a fully colonized solar system, which is on the verge of going through a torrid war. The war is slated to ensue among three main parties that include Earth, Mars and the asteroid belt.
If there is one genre that syncs perfectly with today's obsession with technology and science, it has got to be the sci-fi genre. This genre makes people think about the possibilities around technology. With strong rumors about artificial science taking over humanity in the coming years, and as dreadful as it may sound, it is pretty interesting to watch such TV series, anime, and movies. 'The Expanse' is an American sci-fi series based on the New York Times bestselling eight-volume book series of the same name written by James S.A. Corey, which is the pen name for co-writers Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck. The show premiered for the first time on December 14, 2015, on Syfy.
It continued for three seasons before getting canceled in May 2018. After this, it was picked by Amazon Prime Video later that month. For those who don't know, the show was developed by Mark Fergus and Hawk Ostby, and was backed by Penguin in a Parka, SeanDanielCo, and Alcon Entertainment production companies. The series has a long list under the name of producers, which includes Lynn Raynor, Jason Ning, Robin Veith, Dan Nowak, Ben Cook, Ben Roberts, Daniel Abraham, Ty Franck, Manny Danelon, Alan Di Fiore, Lewin Webb, Robert Munroe, and Steven Strait. And so is the list for executive producers that includes, Naren Shankar, Mark Fergus, Hawk Ostby, Sean Daniel, Jason F. Brown, Sharon Hall, Broderick Johnson, Andrew Kosove, and Laura Lancaster. The show was majorly filmed in Toronto, Canada.
The show is about a fully colonized solar system, which is on the verge of going through a war. The war is between three main parties that include Earth, Mars and the asteroid belt. The story's biggest agenda or say, the mission, is universal peace and they try everything to complete it. However, even in that world, getting or living in peace was one of the hardest things to do, as peace was threatened by three antiheroes who unwittingly found themselves at the center of a conspiracy. There was something amazing about the series that was even loved by the critics when it premiered for the first time. This was enough for the creators and producers to give three more seasons with back to back amazing characters and their development, political narrative and amazing visuals. Now fans want to know when can they see season 4 of 'The Expanse', and here's everything we've gathered about the show.
Why on Earth would anyone think otherwise? Of course, there is going to season 4 of 'The Expanse', even though the show was canceled by Syfy, Amazon Prime Video did the smartest thing by picking the show up and streaming it on its channel, giving the fourth installment its very own space to air. The fourth season of the show got confirmed on July 20, 2019, and fans haven't been able to calm themselves ever since.
Fans prayed a lot for 'The Expanse' to not disappear when they heard that Syfy is giving up on the show. However, everything went back to its crazy normal when Amazon Prime Video came to its rescue and announced that the show is renewed for the fourth season and will hit the screen on December 13, 2019. Not only that, fans got the bonus they never expected for when Amazon, on July 27, 2019, announced that the show is not only going to have a fourth season but also has been renewed for the fifth! Who would have thought that the show which was canceled by another streaming service had a fortune of gold?
Season 4 will deal with the crew of the Rocinante who are on a mission from the U.N. to explore brand new worlds beyond the very known, Ring Gate. In the fourth installment, humanity will be given access to thousands of Earth-like planets which created a land rush and furthered tensions between nations of Earth, Mars and the Belt. There is only one planet out of all the others that's rich with natural resources but also marked by the ruins of a civilization that vanished long back, and was called alien civilization. While Earthers, Martians, and Belters gradually plans on to colonializing Ilus and its natural resources, they barely have an idea what they are putting themselves into, as it is not easy to take away the natural resources from another planet in the hope that there is nothing dangerous about that. Of course, there is, and will always be there.
Yes, there is. The trailer was released on July 20, 2019, and shows some exciting scenes that will instigate the excitement even more.
Watch the trailer here: