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And, even though a lot of unknowns remain leading into The Expanse Season 6, there is a lot that we already know about the plot, cast, and the future of the popular sci-fi action series.
There is a lot to unpack here, so let’s go ahead and get into just seven quick things we know about The Expanse Season 6.
The release date of The Expanse season 6:
There’s no confirmed release date for The Expanse season six just yet, but the sci-fi drama has officially been renewed by Amazon Prime Video for what had initially been billed as a “satisfying conclusion”.
The Cast of The Expanse Season 6:
- Thomas Jane as Joe Miller/The Investigator
- Steven Strait as James Holden
- Cas Anvar as Alex Kamal
- Dominique Tipper as Naomi Nagata,
- Wes Chatham as Amos Burton,
- Florence Faivre as Juliette “Julie” Andromeda Mao
- Shawn Doyle as Sadavir Errinwright
- Shohreh Aghdashloo as Chrisjen Avasarala
- Frankie Adams as Roberta “Bobbie” W. Draper
- Cara Gee as Camina Drummer
The trailer of The Expanse season 6:
There’s no trailer for The Expanse season six just yet, but production is underway on the new episodes so we could well get our first look in the coming months.
The plot of The Expanse Season 6:
The plot of The Expanse Season six has not yet been revealed.
The first five seasons of The Expanse were released between 2014 and 2018, so it’s possible that the sixth installment will be out at some point in 2020, but we don’t know for sure when. It’s likely to premiere sometime around December or January 2020 if there is no delay with production.
The fifth season of the structurally complex show reveals the real nature of Belter Marco Inaros. Marco ties up with Martian separatists to rain asteroids on earth. While the crew of Rocinante gets scattered in their personal missions, the Free Navy attacks Tycho. Holden goes after Marco while Alex and Bobby investigate the Martian angle.
Naomi’s attempt to rescue her son fails, while Amos experiences the visceral season 6 will most likely be based upon the sixth book of the series, ‘Babylon’s Ashes.’ However, the sixth season being the final installment changes a lot of equations for the creators. In an interview with Collider, Ty Franck discussed the potential of the sixth season.