Yo! Quick update for The Expanse: Syfy’s new show will receive a two-night premiere. The pilot episode, titled “Dulcinea,” will come at your eyeballs for the first time on Monday, December 14, and Episode 2 will follow on the Tuesday right after. And then guess what happens the Friday of that week? (Hint: look at the ASV countdown) :]
Looks like (super) early reception has been good, and Syfy/Alcon Television has ordered a second season of The Expanse to begin pre-production this June.
In addition, here’s a super cool teaser for a scene in which Naomi (Dominique Tipper) witnesses something blow up. Mmmmmmmnmnmnmnm . . .
And see the latest version of the official trailer here, with some new, spectacular looking scenes. I cannot wait ’til December. The Expanse AND Star Wars? What a world.
It’s official! Syfy has officially announced that the WORLD will be GIFTED with the television adaptation of THE EXPANSE in DECEMBER. No specific day just yet. In other news, Syfy also green-lighted a television series for Lev Grossman’s fantasy novel The Magicians, which I reviewed last year. w00t?
Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh Tweets from the Wrap Party for Season 1 of The Expanse. Still no official release date, but it should be this year Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
More casting announcements for The Expanse!
AND the first episode has been given the title “Dulcinea”–anyone who’s read the books will probably know what this means, and get nerdfeelz T_T
Every morning I wake up and remember that a TV adaptation for The Expanse series is in the works. For a moment I think its a dream, but no, it’s really, actually, truly happening. And, since I’ll never tire of talking about it, I’ve got some things to share–four, to be exact:
More casting announcements here.
“Casting Lessons, or Why Not All Belters Are Tall” –Lizard Brain blog post by Ty Franck
And here’s James S. A. Corey answering questions (ones that he is allowed to answer, anyway) about the TV show, sort of like a Reddit AMA. If so inclined, add your own questions there and maybe he’ll answer them! I myself asked about music composition and if there’ll be a “badass opening title sequence.”
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