It's official: Cosmos will have a new season

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The series Cosmos The first of these, inaugurated by Carl Sagan, Ann Druyan and Steven Soter, makes new branches sprout again from its roots.

After the electrifying 2014 season, Cosmos: A Space-Time Odyssey , the series won the Emmy award and stirred people's imagination and scientific spirit.

It's in that vein, however, that admirers from various countries have cheered for a new season, which, even though it took a while to be announced whether or not its creation would be possible, will come in handy in 2019.

The announcement was made by Cosmos Studios on their Twitter with a teaser.

To watch the teaser:

The new series will be called Cosmos: possible worlds The presenter will be the same Neil deGrasse Tyson from the 2014 season.

Neil deGrasse and Sasha Sagan, youngest daughter of Ann Druyan and Carl Sagan, reacted to the announcement on their Twitter accounts.

"Yes. Let's team up again. Another series of Cosmos is officially real."

"Great news, guys!!!! I'm so proud of my mom!"

Apparently, the series has been or will be written, again, by Ann Druyan, who was co-author on the original series and lead author on the 2014 series.

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