FIND OUT EVERYTHING ABOUT FOR ALL MANKIND SEASON 3 EPISODE 8 ON APPLE TV+! RENEWAL, RELEASE DATE!
Apple TV+ now has For All Mankind! Continue reading if you want to learn everything there is to know about the release of Season 3 Episode 8!
The astronauts rush to find shelter at the end of this week’s episode, but they are unsuccessful. The other astronauts are swept away by the sandstorm, but Ed and Danny narrowly escape.
They take refuge inside a rover to avoid the sandstorm. The episode concludes without revealing what happened to the other astronauts. However, the joint Helios-Roscosmos mission can be considered a colossal failure.
Following the drilling site accident, the infrastructure put in place to extract the water also collapsed during the sandstorm. Furthermore, it is implied that the sandstorm was caused by a misguided drilling attempt.
Finally, the mission’s failure demonstrates that humanity is not yet ready for the next level and must first comprehend the Red Planet’s delicate ecosystem.
We tell you everything you need to know about the release of Episode 8 of Season 3 of For All Mankind on Apple TV+!
WHAT IS THE APPLE TV+ RELEASE DATE AND TIME FOR ALL MANKIND SEASON 3 EPISODE 8?
The wait is no longer excruciating! For All Mankind Season 3 Episode, 8 will be available on Apple TV+ on July 29, 2022.
For the most impatient, episode 8 of Season 3 of For All Mankind will be released at 9 a.m. on Apple TV+!
WHAT SHOULD WE EXPECT NEXT? SPOILERS!
In For All Mankind Season 3 Episode 8, Ed will be informed of Danny’s errors, and he will be removed from the mission entirely, with instructions to return to Earth at the earliest opportunity.
Danny will be furious and will continue to sabotage Helios’ mission. Aleida will press on with her plans to discover Margo’s betrayal.
After that, Jimmy and his new friends will break into NASA again and continue their rebellion plans.
The drilling mission was a total failure and disaster. As word spreads, NASA must intervene to save the day.
Ed is being treated for his injuries, but the damage has already been done. Can they continue to exist on Mars without access to water?