Mars (2016–2018)
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The Shake Up 

Lukrum pushes their corporate interest too far and unintentionally jeopardizes the safety of both colonies. IMSF springs into action to stabilize the situation, but for some, it will be too late.

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Ashley Way

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Stephen Petranek (based on the book "How We'll Live on Mars" by), Ben Young Mason (developed by) | 7 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jihae ... Hana Seung
Sammi Rotibi ... Robert Foucault
Alberto Ammann ... Javier Delgado
Clémentine Poidatz ... Amelie Durand (as Clementine Poidatz)
Anamaria Marinca ... Marta Kamen
Cosima Shaw ... Leslie Richardson
Gunnar Cauthery Gunnar Cauthery ... Mike Glenn
Roxy Sternberg ... Jen Carson
Evan Hall ... Shep Marster
Akbar Kurtha ... Dr. Jay Johar
Jeff Hephner ... Kurt Hurrelle
Esai Morales ... Roland St. John
Jared Diamond Jared Diamond ... Self - Arthur, 'Collapse' and 'Guns, Germs and Steel'
John Sonntag John Sonntag ... Self - Research and Development Scientist, NASA
Charles F. Bolden Jr. ... Self - Former NASA Administrator / Former Astronaut (as Charles Bolden)
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Lukrum pushes their corporate interest too far and unintentionally jeopardizes the safety of both colonies. IMSF springs into action to stabilize the situation, but for some, it will be too late.

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Hana Seung: [narrating] The planet has a way of making sure actions have consequences. Both physical. And emotional. But humans are nothing, if not determined. And while some may question our presence here at all, we are here. And our numbers are growing.
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I lost my **** when Carl Sagan showed up!
16 February 2020 | by charlieedmondSee all my reviews

What a fantastic ending to this season! I don't understand why so many people are complaining that the show is propaganda? You can't argue with the science and Mars shows it off perfectly! Anyway, this ending was fantastic and a real tear-jerker. I only wish more documentaries did it in this style. So captivating!


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Language:

English

Release Date:

17 December 2018 (USA) See more »

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