The Expanse Lands at NYCC with the World Premiere of Season 4

By Miclpea


Amazon Prime Video will host the world premiere screening of the first episode of Season 4 of The Expanse at New York Comic Con (NYCC). The screening will be on Saturday, October 5th, at 10:45 AM -12 PM on the Main Stage of the Javits Center.

Season 4 marks a new chapter for the crew of the Rocinante as they join the land rush and embark on a U.N. mission to explore the newly discovered, Earth-like planets that exist beyond the Ring Gate. One of the first planet to be settled is Ilus or New Terra. The name depends on which faction is claiming the planet.


The planet is rich with natural resources but it’s also scarred by the ruins of a long-dead alien civilization. Unfortunately, as the Earthers, Martians, and Belters maneuver to colonize Ilus (New Terra) and grab its natural resources, the usual tensions and hostilities rise between the opposing nations. Their hostilities leave these opposing factions blind to the true threat of this new world.

Immediately following the premiere, fans will be able to join the series stars Steven Strait (James Holden), Dominque Tipper (Naomi Nagata), Wes Chatham (Amos Burton), Cas Anvar (Alex Kamal), Shohreh Aghdashloo (Avasarala), Frankie Adams (Bobbie Draper), Cara Gee (Camina Drummer) and newcomer Frank Gorman (Adolphus Murtry) as well the showrunner, Naren Shankar, for an exciting panel discussion. The discussion will include an in-depth conversation and exciting updates about what to expect when Season 4 launches on Amazon Prime Video on December 13th.

For fans of The Expanse, this will be a great opportunity to preview what to expect in Season 4 and perhaps gather hints of what to anticipate in Season 5. If you are attending NYCC or you want to continue the discussion, please join us at Hope to see you all there!





I love going to conventions around the US. I'm an ardent fan of all things science fiction and especially The Expanse. I'm a staff writer for Friends of CC and I have co-written a science-fiction script called Punctuated Equilibrium.

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