Fox has renewed Neil deGrasse Tyson’s Cosmos for a second season
In 2014, Fox rebooted Carl Sagan’s traditional documentary collection, Cosmos: A Private Journey, with astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson as host. 4 years later, Fox and Nationwide Geographic have introduced they are going to be bringing the collection again for a second season, titled Attainable Worlds.
The networks made the announcement right now through the Tv Critics Affiliation winter press tour, and deGrasse Tyson and producer Seth McFarland confirmed the information on Twitter, saying that the season will air in Spring 2019 on Fox and the Nationwide Geographic channel.
Sagan hosted the unique Cosmos in 1980, which was on the time essentially the most profitable US public TV collection of all time (it was later overtaken by Ken Burns’ documentary The Civil Battle). The rebooted model, titled A Spacetime Odyssey, coated a broad vary of subjects, equivalent to the size of the universe, the historical past of science, and local weather change, and was properly acquired by audiences and critics.
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