Mars (2016–2018)
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A new crew arrives on Mars four years after the Daedalus landed to help execute plans for expansion and search for life; McMurdo Station in Antarctica serves as a modern example of how humans will settle Mars.

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Everardo Gout

Writers:

Stephen Petranek (based on the book "How We'll Live on Mars" by), Ben Young Mason (developed by) | 10 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Addison Holley ... Victoria Mcclain (voice)
Jihae ... Hana Seung / Joon Seung
Alberto Ammann ... Javier Delgado
Clémentine Poidatz ... Amelie Durand
Anamaria Marinca ... Marta Kamen
Sammi Rotibi ... Robert Foucault
Tommy Lioutas Tommy Lioutas ... Brandon Mcclain (voice)
Cosima Shaw ... Leslie Richardson
Olivier Martinez ... Ed Grann
Nick Wittman ... Oliver
Antoinette Fekete Antoinette Fekete ... Sam
Kata Sarbó ... Ava Macon
Paul Solet ... Cygnus Pilot
Karen Gagnon Karen Gagnon ... DRB Solutions Senior Board Member
Rebecca Emekandoko Rebecca Emekandoko ... Joon's Assistant
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A new crew arrives on Mars four years after the Daedalus landed to help execute plans for expansion and search for life; McMurdo Station in Antarctica serves as a modern example of how humans will settle Mars.

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Javier Delgado: [visiting the new greenhouse] It's incredible. First crops raised in ancient Mesopotamia, and now look, a return to the cradle of civilization for the dawn of a new one. I love the symmetry.
Paul Richardson: Without agriculture, there'd be no civilization.
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Release Date:

5 December 2016 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Erfoud, Morocco See more »

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