The Expanse Season 2 Has Arrived On Netflix UK

After what feels like a lifetime, season 2 of The Expanse has arrived on Netflix UK. Season 1 took us to about halfway through Leviathan Wakes, the first book in the series while season 2 finishes that book off and takes us part way through Caliban’s War.

The Expanse, if you’re new to the franchise, follows the adventures of James Holden and the crew of the Rocinante as they try to manoeuvre a complex political landscape consisting of the United Nations, Mars Congressional Republic, and the Outer Planets Alliance. Toss a mysterious aggressor into the mix who seems intent on causing a war, and you’ve got not only some great sci-fi but also a great story of intrigue.

Suffice to say this is one of my top TV picks, but if you’re in the mood for reading ahead the books are well worth a look too (I ended up reading them all so far).

Check out Season 2 of The Expanse on Netflix UK or, if you don’t have a Netflix account, you can pick up season 1 on Amazon.

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  1. I’ve really been enjoying the expanse as a piece of near future “realistic” sci-fi, at least in terms of the ships, and other technology. Obviously there’s a little more fiction in other areas that I won’t mention because of spoilers! I can’t wait for the rest of the seasons to come to Netflix!

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