Cosmos: Possible Worlds Filming in Santa Fe

Cosmos: Possible Worlds Filming in Santa Fe

Cosmos: Possible Worlds

A new Cosmos series, titled Cosmos: Possible Worlds, is filming in Santa Fe, New Mexico, now through May 2019, according to the New Mexico Film Office. In addition to Santa Fe, Zia Pueblo will also be used in the shooting.

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Cosmos: Possible Worlds launches users into previously unrealized territories. The journey will cover both the enormity of time and the magnitude of the universe. During this vast excursion, viewers will visit long-lost worlds, explore quantum reality, and will be treated to worlds that are supposed to be too small to see. The journey will also include potential worlds from the future.

“In combination with a deep talent pool and powerful incentives, New Mexico is a top destination for film productions,” says New Mexico Film Office Director Nick Maniatis. “We’re happy to have Cosmos return for a second season in New Mexico.”

The production of Cosmos: Possible Worlds will employ approximately 150 New Mexico crew members along with another 300 New Mexico extras. Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson returns as host. Many familiar names are serving as Executive Producers, including Ann Dryan, Seth MacFarlane, Brannon Braga and Jason Clark. Braga will also direct.

Cosmos: Possible Worlds will air on Fox in Spring 2019 in the United States and National Geographic in other markets.