The Expanse: Shohreh Aghdashloo within the fifth and sixth seasons

And what it really takes to create some of their elaborate costumes.

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If you are a fan of The wide and I’m looking forward to season five (which is now streamed on Amazon). I have some great news for you: Season five is amazing and my favorite season so far. I watched the first nine episodes to prepare for interviews with some of the cast and was blown away by the size and scope of the new season. Trust me, if you enjoyed the first four seasons, you will love season 5.

Shortly after I finished the episodes, I had to speak to them Shohreh Aghdashloo about The Expanse Season 5. She talked about what Season 5 is about, how all the characters in this season are on their own individual paths, how much time it takes to create some of their elaborate costumes, their feelings for the series being with Season 6 Ends Why She Believes Season 6 Won’t Be the End and more.

As I’ve said many times before, when you’re not watching The wide At Amazon, you’re missing out on one of the best series on every channel. In the first four seasons, the incredible science fiction series (developed by Mark Fergus and Hawk Ostby and based on the novels by James SA Corey) has used the genre of science fiction to always deliver complex and dynamic storylines that cannot be compared to anything else on television.

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While I’m not going to spoil anything because I want you to watch the series, I am just saying that The Expanse takes place in a future where humanity can explore the solar system. But not how Star Trek, where the people on earth seem to live in harmony, The Expanse has not solved anything. There are still the haves and nots. Some people eventually moved to Mars and then decided to start their own society and break away from Earth. And a group known as the OPA (Outer Planets Alliance), a loose confederation of people sick of both the people on Earth and Mars, is desperately interested in running their own society without outside interference form.

Oh, did I mention something called a protomolecule? Because that is something of extraterrestrial origin that can radically change infected life forms and use their biomass in different ways. Perhaps this protomolecule is something that everyone wants to control …

Check out what Shohreh Aghdashloo had to say in the player below, and further down the page we talked about exactly that.

Shohreh Aghdashloo:

  • Why can’t The Expanse have more than ten episodes?

  • What can she say about what happens in the fifth season of The Expanse?

  • How the characters are more prevalent in Season 5.

  • Which of her outfits did she “borrow” from the set?

  • How much time it takes to create some of your elaborate costumes.

  • How does she feel knowing that season 6 will be the last?

  • Why she thinks season 6 won’t be the end

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