Cosmos Season 2
We can confirm that Cosmos season 2 gets Spring premiere date: Monday, March 9, 2020. Subscribe below for series fan alert to get a short reminder email the day of the premiere. Make sure to come back to episode.guide where we'll have the latest news regarding the development of Cosmos.
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Fox, 'Cosmos' Producers Investigate Sexual Misconduct Claims Against Host Neil deGrasse Tyson - Space.com - via Space
In a statement provided to Space.com "Cosmos" producers said: "The credo at the heart of Cosmos is to follow the evidence wherever it leads. The producers of Cosmos can do no less in this situation. We are committed to a thorough investigation of this matter and to act accordingly as soon as it is concluded."
Misconduct allegations against Neil deGrasse Tyson to be reviewed - by Usatoday
One of the women told Patheos she was "felt up" by Tyson at a 2009 astronomy event. Another woman, who had worked as an assistant to Tyson, said she quit her job because of Tyson's inappropriate sexual advances, the Patheos story says.
'Cosmos: Possible Worlds' Creators Preview New TV Series at Comic Con - per Space
NEW YORK — "Cosmos: Possible Worlds," coming out in spring 2019, will be a TV voyage that takes viewers to distant planets, to potential futures on Earth, into the mind and into the quantum realm. And its creators want it to totally change the way you see the world.
MOVING ON: Stover leaves Cosmos to become Fox Soccer Academy CEO - via Frontrowsoccer
Stover said that program would bring “the supplemental training model to New York where kids that are interested in extra training wouldn’t be leaving their club or school. It’s just extra training programs for the more advanced players to get top-tier instruction.”
Fox has renewed Neil deGrasse Tyson's Cosmos for a second season - via Theverge
Sagan hosted the original Cosmos in 1980, which was at the time the most successful US public TV series of all time (it was later overtaken by Ken Burns’ documentary The Civil War). The rebooted version, titled A Spacetime Odyssey, covered a broad range of topics, such as the scale of the universe, the history of science, and climate change, and was well received by audiences and critics.
Previously on Cosmos: The Ship of the Imagination makes a final journey to explore one of the biggest mysteries of the universe: dark energy. Meet one of science's greatest unsung heroes, Fritz Zwicky, whose prediction of supernovas paved the way for our larger understanding of dark energy, the unknown force in the universe that overwhelms gravity on the grandest scale. On our final voyage, discover the romantic message embedded in Voyager's Interstellar Golden Record and contemplate the spiritual experience of life on Earth as our cosmic journey concludes with Carl Sagan's unforgettable meditation, The Pale Blue Dot.