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FOR ALL MANKIND
November 1, 2019  | By David Bianculli

Apple TV+, 3:00 a.m. ET

 
SERIES PREMIERE: The entire Apple TV+ streaming service launches today. All the programming is brand new, but much of it, at the outset, is decidedly average. Of the initial offerings, the best is this new series from Battlestar Galactica reimaginer Ronald D. Moore. Once again, he’s reimagining things. This time, in a drama starring Joel Kinnaman as a 1960s U.S. astronaut, For All Mankind presents an alternate world history in which the Soviets won the space race by landing on the moon a month before the U.S. planned mission of Apollo 11. How does that one difference in our historical timeline affect the future? That’s what For All Mankind is all about… and so far, it’s the best that Apple TV+ has to offer.
 
 
 
 
 
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