The highly acclaimed science fiction series, The Expanse, will return to Amazon Prime Video on December 16th. The authors of the television adaptation of the book series of the same name by Daniel Abraham and Ty Frank, who wrote under the pseudonym James Corey, published the first video with footage from the upcoming fifth season.
Steven Straight (James “Jim” Holden), Dominic Tipper (Naomi Nagata), Kas Anwar (Alex Kamal), Wes Chatham (Amos Barton), Shohre Agdashloo (Chrisien Avasarala), Frankie Adams (Roberta “Bobby “Draper) and others.
The fifth season of Space is based on the fifth novel of the book cycle, The Games of Nemesis. According to the plot, the crew of the spaceship “Rosinant” is divided and each goes its own way. Amos returns to Earth, and Naomi sets off in search of her son. One of the key storylines of the fifth season will center around the Free Fleet Admiral and the head of the radical branch of the Alliance of the Outer Planets Marco Inaros and their son with Naomi Nagata Philip Inaros. At the same time, James Holden is trying to find his own way as the power structures in the old solar system collapse and terrorist attacks that were previously considered impossible become the main threat.
The first three new episodes will air on Amazon Prime Video on December 16, with the rest of the sequel airing one each week (on Wednesdays).
- The Expanse series is based on the series of books of the same name by Daniel Abraham and Ty Frank, who wrote under the pseudonym James Corey.
- The first episode of the show aired online on the Syfy website on November 23, 2015, and the first season of 10 episodes premiered on December 14, 2015. On February 1, 2017, the second season of 13 episodes started. Season 3 premiered on Syfy on April 11, 2018, and the final episode 13 aired on July 5. Season 4 was released on Amazon Prime Video on December 13, 2019 (all 10 episodes of the season aired simultaneously).
- Amazon bought The Expanse / “Space” from SyFy after the management of the American TV channel suddenly announced the closure of the project in the third season due to low ratings.
- Rotten Tomatoes Season 4 Rankings is 100% (critics) and 94% (viewers), respectively.