Apple has shared a video featuring how the world for Apple TV+ show ‘For All Mankind’ was made.

Apple Reveals Behind-the-Scenes on Show 'For All Mankind'

In the sci-fi series, the race for the moon was just the beginning. The United States and everyone else are trying to get to space, and the camera retells the story of NASA engineers, astronauts and their families.

‘For All Mankind’ executive producers talk about how no details are spared in everything from recreating Mission Control to rendering the moon’s surface as realistically as possible. The video has crew members and key producers discuss wardrobe design, real life props and the care and craft that went into each episode.

‘For All Mankind’ is one of the original Apple TV+ shows that premiered when the service went live November 1. Currently the show has five episodes, with a new one being introduced every week. The show stars Michael Dorman, Joel Kinnaman, Shantel VanSanten, Wrenn Schmidt, Jodi Balfour and Sarah Jones.


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