Exploring the Expanse: The explosive season finale cements its place as one of the best sci-fi shows on TV

The Expanse is a television show based on the novels by James S.A. Corey. Every week, I’ll be taking a look at one moment in each episode of the show’s second season, and chatting with the creators about how it was created and what it means for the larger story.

Spoilers ahead for the final two episodes of season 2, “The Monster and the Rocket” and “Caliban’s War.”

With this week’s episode, “Caliban’s War,” The Expanse’s second season wrapped up. It’s been an interesting, sometimes bumpy ride to this point. The show has taken us to Jupiter’s moon Ganymede, where the crew of the Rocinante has been working to help a biologist named Prax find his missing daughter in the aftermath of a battle, only to discover that Protogen’s protomolecule

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Source:: The Verge – Culture Posts

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