The legacy of Carl Sagan lives on as Fox and National Geographic announced today that the space-and-time series Cosmos will return in its second season as Cosmos: Possible Worlds.
The Emmy Award-winning show will bring back astrophysicist host Neil deGrasse Tyson to man the rudder as the show moves through the vast reaches of the universe and the human psyche. A Fox and Nat Geo tag team, Cosmos: Possible Worlds “will once again premiere in the U.S. on both Fox and National Geographic and globally on National Geographic in 171 countries and 43 languages.”
To prepare fans for the new season, which will “venture to previously uncharted territories,” Cosmos has released a brief teaser to push its audience past even the farthest explored reaches that the series has touched.
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Executive-produced, written, and directed by Ann Druyan, the show will relaunch alongside the Druyan-penned “companion book, Cosmos: Possible Worlds ... the long-awaited follow-up to Carl Sagan’s international bestseller, Cosmos: A Personal Voyage." Both book and series will premiere around the world in the spring of 2019.