You Should Be Watching Cosmos: Possible Worlds – Jason Gaston

Shared Content – Jason Gaston

With the Ship of the Imagination hovering close by, host Neil deGrasse Tyson walks along the beach - a landscape which will one day surrender to the churning cycles of birth, destruction, and rebirth mandated by the laws of nature. COSMOS: POSSIBLE WORLDS premieres March 9, 2020 on National Geographic. (Cosmos Studios)

Usually, I wait until an entire season of a television series is done before I write up one of these “You Should be Watching…” posts, but I am so excited for this long-delayed new season of Cosmos that I just can’t help myself. Cosmos: Possible Worlds, even after only two episodes, is a celebration of discovery and imagination that it is already a must-see for truth-seekers and the curious.

Nearly writing a post as this shared content author did, I was hooked after the first episode. Five more in and I have caught up to a show as good as the original one Neil DeGrasse Tyson did a few years ago. Being set back for all sorts of reasons, I am glad to see one of the most informative shows back tacking new relevant scientific issues and methods related to space.

Also reading two of his books, listening to his podcast and saw him live one time in Melbourne, Australia, this show adds to the collection that now I will be at watching weekly. The 2020 show again tells a story with amazing visualization of different styles while explaining in a solid historical way.

Neil speaking about Carl Sagan makes me want to read his source material that started this series in the first place. Being among many over focuses of individuals results with the understandings of science fiction like concepts. Packed with everything needed links difficult subjects in the most entertaining way possible being epically displayed using various forms of media.

Maybe there will be a review of this show on ENTERTAINMENT CULTURE ONLINE in the near future. Naming some details from, he has categories in writing of travels, life, photography, my art, movie reviews and then television. I followed so keep at the good works as I shall be watching.

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