The second season of the Isaac Asimov adaptation's teaser has been released.
This summer, Apple TV+ will relaunch Foundation, the ambitious translation of Isaac Asimov's classic science fiction books, the streamer announced today. Apple also unveiled a sneak peek trailer for the second season of the show to coincide with the thrilling news, which teases the beginning of "The Second Crisis." David S. Goyer and Josh Friedman created the television series, which is centred on a group of exiles trying to revive civilization following the collapse of the Galactic Empire.
Leah Harvey (Salvor Hardin), Laura Birn (Demerzel), Terrence Mann (Brother Dusk), and Cassian Bilton (Brother Dawn) will all return as their respective characters from the first season, along with Jared Harris (Dr. Hari Seldon), Lee Pace (Brother Day), Lou Llobell (Gaal Dornick), and Laura Birn (Demerzel).
Isabella Laughland (who plays Brother Constant) Kulvinder Ghir (who plays Poly Verisof), Sandra Yi Sencindiver (who plays Enjoyer Rue), Ella-Rae Smith (who plays Queen Sareth of Cloud Dominion), Dimitri Leonidas (who plays Hober Mallow), Ben Daniels (who plays Bel Roise), Holt McCallany (who plays Warden Jaegger Fount), Rachel House (who plays Tellem Bond) (Yanna Seldon).
Pace said in a fall 2021 interview with SYFY WIRE, "The tale is about the characters. "What does it mean to be a person, according to the story? Where is the home of your soul? Is it a part of you? What happens when your body disappears?
What issues may math be used to research? Although math can quantify minutes, does it actually show you the change accurately? What can be better understood by utilizing the spiritual realm? What can we learn from that? This TV program is a novel. Knock wood, we get the chance to really take our time with it and look into it because it's a big, big story. I believe that anything is possible in this planet."
Following Friedman's departure in 2019, Goyer, who is well-known for his work on The Dark Knight, Man of Steel, and Netflix's The Sandman, is the only showrunner. Along with Robyn Asimov, Alex Graves, David Ellison, Dana Goldberg, and Bill Bost, Goyer serves as an executive producer.
There is no specific date yet, but Foundation will return to Apple TV+ this summer for its second season. The first season's 10 episodes are available to stream right now.