Hey, but the fourth season hasnâ€™t even premiered yet!
Announced at Sunday’s Television Critics Association event, The Expanse, which was revived for a fourth season by Amazon after it was cancelled on U.S. network Syfy, is being renewed for yet another season. As Variety reports, the showâ€™s renewal comes ahead of the fourth season premiere, and seems to be inspired by the showâ€™s general excellence and just how much everyone loves it.
Based on a book series written by Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck, The Expanse tells the story of the crew of the Rocinate in a space-faring future for humanity full of territory conflicts, exploration, and unexpected dangers. Season four will send the heroes beyond the Ring Gate, exploring a bounty of thousands of Earth-like worlds that will create a series of escalating colonial conflicts between the Earther, Martian, and Belter nations.
Oh, and hereâ€™s a sizzle reel via Amazon for the next batch of episodes.
— The Expanse (@ExpanseOnPrime) July 27, 2019
The fourth season of the show premieres on Amazon Prime on December 13 in the U.S., and it wonâ€™t be the last. The Expanse has a weird deal in Australia — seasons 1 and 2 are currently on Netflix, but keep an eye out for news on where the following seasons end up.