Cosmos is returning to television for a second season. Behind the star power of host Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson, the Emmy Award winning science show brings viewers back aboard the Ship of the Imagination to explore the known and unknown universe.
The second season, titled Cosmos: Possible Worlds, will air Spring of 2019 on FOX and National Geographic. Possible Worlds will again delve into the cosmic revolution, profound scientific concepts and how we found our coordinates in space and time, FOX says.
Possible Worlds will premiere in the U.S. on FOX and National Geographic. Outside of the U.S. the show will premier on National Geographic in 171 countries and 43 languages.
Variety reports that Ann Druyan, co-writer of the original Cosmos: A Personal Voyage in 1980 and executive producer of the 2014 reboot Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey, will return alongside producer Seth MacFarlane for the second season. For her work on the first season of the Cosmos reboot, Druyan won the Emmy for Outstanding Writing for Nonfiction Programming.