AppleTV+’s Toby Kebbell, has joined the cast of the upcoming fourth season of its popular space adventure series, For All Mankind, according to Variety. This gives the show, which already has a star-studded ensemble that includes Joel Kinnaman, Shantel VanSanten, and Jodi Balfour, another big-name addition.
As the fourth season of the show is presently being produced, Kebbell’s arrival is the second casting announcement to surface. He will play Miles, who is a previous offshore oil platform worker who explores a fresh job opportunity on Mars, according to the description of the character. He will thus take centre stage in the struggle for space dominance, which saw key nations turn their attention to Mars in the recently concluded third season.
While Kebbell’s character description implies that he might be working on the side for private companies, his Season 4 co-star Daniel Stern, who was already announced, will be in charge of NASA as Eli Hobson, its new administrator. While Hobson has an exceptional resume, his new position will provide new problems. Hobson is a former CEO of the auto sector who has been hired to use his skills to lead NASA to new frontiers in the twenty-first century.
The fourth season of the alternate history drama, which will premiere in 2019, promises an exciting start to the new millennium. Each season of the drama has focused on a different time period, and by the end of Season 3, there had been many time jumps. Twists in the episode finale left viewers with nagging questions that Season 4 will, as we’ve come to anticipate, answer in a fascinating fashion. This idea is explored in For All Mankind, which has been universally praised for its captivating plot. Kebbell is preparing to take part in this dramatisation of alternative historical events, which has been brought to life by a superb cast, some of whom have played world figures.
Season 4 will also welcome Krys Marshall, Joel Kinnaman, and Wrenn Schmidt in addition to Kebbell and Stern. Ronald D. Moore, Ben Nedivi, and Matt Wolpert, who all act as executive producers, collaborated to create the show. Showrunners Nedivi and Wolpert are. In addition to Dead Man’s Shoes, RocknRolla, War Horse, Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, Fantastic Four, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, and War for the Planet of the Apes, Kebbell has been more active on the big screen.