Critic Consensus: Though it shoots for the moon and falls somewhere in orbit, For All Mankind's impressive vision of history has the potential for real liftoff if it leans into the things that set it apart instead of settling for more of the same.
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as Edward Baldwin
as Tracy Stevens
as Karen Baldwin
as Margo Madison
as Ellen Waverly
as Danielle Poole
as Octavio Rosales
as Aleida Rosales
as Molly Cobb
as Marge Slayton
as Gene Kranz
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The story becomes more exciting as it breaks open...what at first seems to wander a bit ultimately finds its target and lands.
For a series about a battle of innovation, as fueled by brilliant minds and wounded egos, For All Mankind feels too slack.
Even walking a different path, "For All Mankind" still finds ways to take one step forward and a giant leap back.
A shining example of tying the personal into the grand stage of space exploration, and making both equally important.
The episodes are inordinately long and the storylines aren't related in any meaningful thematic way. [Full Review in Spanish]
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