The Expanse has revealed its final season trailer alongside a panel at New York Comic Con.
After surviving its cancellation on Syfy to live for another two seasons on Amazon Prime we can now see how the show ends. The show appeared at New York Comic Con and included a panel hosted by Dominique Tipper who plays Naomi Nagata. Joining her was Steven Strait (James Holden), Wes Chatham (Amos Burton), Shohreh Aghdashloo (Chrisjen Avasarala), Nadine Nicole (Clarissa Mao), and Cara Gee (Camina Drummer), along with showrunner Naren Shankar, and The Expanse writers and book authors Ty Franck, and Daniel Abraham.
The panel gave their thoughts after revealing the new trailer.
“It’s been a long project and it’s gratifying to see how it turned out,” said Abraham. Adds Shankar, “It chokes me up. I think that tells you something, about where we’ve been and where we’re going.”
There will only be six episodes this season and Tipper explained that episode one and episode six were filmed together with the later “supersized episode” being 65 minutes in length. Shankar expounds further stating, “We always knew we wanted it to end big. There’s a lot that happens in that episode. And we, by shooting it early, gave us a chance to actually finish all the visual effects.”
The Expanse will premiere its final season on December 10, 2021 only on Amazon Prime.