Writers Guild of America page suggests Apple has already signed off on season 4 of ‘For All Mankind’

Season three of the hit Apple TV+ sci-fi show, For All Mankind, has not started airing yet. But, viewers might reportedly have a fourth season to look forward to. The tech giant has not officially announced its intention of renewing For All Mankind but a Writers Guild of America (WGA) page dedicated to the show was recently updated with information about a fourth season.

Apple TV series 'For All Mankind'

Apple may have already ordered season 4 of ‘For All Mankind’

First spotted by Space Explored, on a page that outlines the people working on the show, a new entry for season four has appeared. As per the listing, Ronald D. Moore will continue on as showrunner, while Moore, Ben Nedivi, Bradley Thompson, David O. Weddle, Matt Wolpert, and Nichole M. Beattie will serve as executive producers.

Apple TV+ renewed the sci-fi show for season three before the second season was officially dropped, signaling solid confidence in the success of For All Mankind. The series takes a closer look at an alternate course in history where the United States was not the first to land on the moon and examines the consequences of not being first to the moon.

For All Mankind

The Writers Guild page suggests production for season four will begin this year and extend to 2022, possibly 2023. In the meantime, fans have season three to look forward to, which is expected to arrive in the coming months.

To watch For All Mankind, users will need a subscription to Apple’s streaming service. For $4.99 per month, Apple TV+ is available on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, Apple TV via the Apple TV app.

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