Apple announces 'For All Mankind: The Official Podcast' ahead of season 2 debut
What you need to know
- Apple has announced a new companion podcast for the For All Mankind Apple TV+ show.
- The first episode will debut alongside season 2 of the show.
Apple today took the wraps off a new podcast that will act as a companion to the popular Apple TV+ show For All Mankind. The new podcast, dubbed For All Mankind: The Official Podcast.
The new podcast will feature stars from the show as well as those who worked on it, while we're also promised some appearances from real-life astronauts, too. Krys Marshall (Commander Danielle Poole) will be the podcast's host.
Apple says that the first episode of the new podcast will be released on February 19, the same day that the second season of For All Mankind begins streaming on Apple TV+.
Viewers will need to be Apple TV+ subscribers to take in the second season of For All Mankind as and when it's ready to make its debut. The service costs $4.99 per month unless you have an Apple One subscription.
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