Slashfilm discusses The Expanse experience at DragonCon and the fandoms' relationship with the show in this feature by Slashfilm.
The Expanse is scheduled to leave Netflix in the United Kingdom and Australia on September 30th, 2018. All other regions that currently carry the show are also expected to lose it.
Paine & MacTane ran a suite party at WorldCon 76 in San Jose, themed around the Belter culture from the award-winning book and TV series The Expanse. The party ran on August 17th and 18th.
‘The Expanse’ Boss on Why a Streaming Service, Not Basic Cable, Was Always the Perfect Home for the Sci-Fi Drama
Naren Shankar: “If your business is the broadest reach to people, to sell ads, that’s a tough market to cut into with a show like this because a hard science-fiction show is a slice of a slice.”
Kickstarter campaign smashed initial $30,000 funding goal in one hour, and then topped $400,000 before the campaign was through, beating every single stretch goal with time to spare.
Naren Shankar: "It’s going to be more awesome,... We no longer have the language restrictions. [We can] curse like a sailor. We don’t have the nudity restrictions… and the 4K and HDR will look amazing on Amazon. We’re no longer constrained by a 43-minute box. We can put some air into it, let things breathe a little bit more. So we’re excited to be on Amazon Prime.”
Season 4 is well underway with the first bit of concept art being released to EW.com
Michael Pea offers an insightful look at the villains of The Expanse in Season 3, including Jules Pierre-Mao, Sadavir Errinwright, and Admiral Nyugen.
In this article for Friends of Comic Con, Michael Pea reviews the two-hour season 3 finale of The Expanse.
Friends of Comic Con writer Michael Pea looks back on the #SaveTheExpanse campaign after Jeff Bezos's announcement of the show's acquisition by Amazon.