The Expanse season 6 has been confirmed by Amazon Prime, ahead of the release of season 5 (though we’ve had a poster)
Deadline are reporting (here) the confirmation we will be getting The Expanse season 6. They also report this will be without Cas Anvar, following a summer of allegations, and they also believe filming will start in January. At this stage there’s nothing to report on the direction the show will be taking, as we’ve yet to see any of season 5. We do know the show will continue to be guided by the same team. Andrew Kosove and Broderick Johnson, co-CEOs and co-Founders of Alcon Television Group and executive producers of The Expanse are reported as saying:
“From the moment we committed to bringing this show to life up until this final season, we have worked tirelessly to honor the vision of the writers. We have prided ourselves on having one of the most diverse casts on television and giving a platform to stories that matter. A special thanks to Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck, the writers of both the books and series, and to Naren Shankar, the series showrunner and executive producer. It continues to be an honor and privilege to work with this team. We also would like to thank Amazon for their continuing support to help us tell this story in its fullest and to bring The Expanse to a global audience.”
You can watch the first four seasons of The Expanse now on Amazon Prime.