Daniel Stern Joins the 'For All Mankind' Season 4 Cast at Apple

Daniel Stern Joins the ‘For All Mankind’ Season 4 Cast at Apple

According to Variety, Daniel Stern has been cast in Apple’s “For All Mankind” Season 4 pilot.

The announcement follows “For All Mankind’s” Season 4 renewal by nearly a month. New season production is currently in progress.

An alternate history series called “For All Mankind” investigates what may have happened if the global space race had continued indefinitely. The show depicts a universe in which the USSR goes to the moon before the US, one in which NASA astronauts, engineers, and their families find themselves at the epicentre of extraordinary events as seen through the lens of an alternate historical timeline.

Eli Hobson, the new NASA administrator, is played by Stern in the series as a series regular. He is a former CEO of the auto industry and has been given the difficult task of bringing the agency into the twenty-first century.

For his work in movies like “Diner,” “City Slickers,” “Home Alone,” and “The Milagro Beanfield War,” Stern is most known. He is also well-known for narrating the popular television show “The Wonder Years.” Stern has been in episodes including “Shrill” on Hulu, “Manhattan” on WGN America, and “House of Lies” on Showtime more recently.

Buchwald and Yorn Levine Barnes Krintzman are his representatives. Gellman, Rubenstein, Kohner, and Endlich

Joel Kinnaman, Shantel VanSanten, Jodi Balfour, Sonya Walger, Krys Marshall, Cynthy Wu, Casey Johnson, Coral Pea, and Wrenn Schmidt are among the actors who appear in “For All Mankind.”

In addition to series creator Ben Nedivi and Matt Wolpert, Ronald D. Moore also contributed to the creation of “For All Mankind.” All three are executive producers; Moore is doing so through Tall Ship Productions together with Maril Davis. Executive producing are also David Weddle, Bradley Thompson, and Nichole Beattie. The show’s creator, Sony Pictures Television, is responsible for it.

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