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It is a science fiction series that epitomizes the struggle of astronauts in space. The series premiered on November 1, 2019, where the USSR landed on the moon first for that mission. NASA decided to continue its mission through a space race with a group of astronauts including Edward Baldwin and others.
It begins with an interstellar plot twist that you can see coming, but still knocks you flat, and though at first there's a lot of all-American whooping and machismo, it soon becomes a more thoughtful analysis of American exceptionalism.
Though clearly built on good intentions and very watchable on a formal level, "For All Mankind," almost plays like a cover song version of a peak-TV blend of "Apollo 13" and "Mad Men," with a little "Hidden Figures" and "Captain Marvel," thrown in.
It's a polite, well-crafted, easy-to-watch thing that's nevertheless pretty bland, and the otherwise capable cast is led by Joel Kinnaman, a leading man who still has yet to prove he's an actor and not a clotheshorse.
If you are someone interested in the evolution of mankind's journey to the stars, you will find the technical and scientific details here fascinating, but everyone else will be left bored and underwhelmed.