Fox Gears Up For ‘Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey’ With Three Stunning New Teasers

Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey is going to be awesome in the truest sense of the word.

Fox has unveiled three new teasers for their science celebrating series, set to be broadcast across all major Fox stations including National Geographic Channel, and each one is full of awe-inspiring images. Hosted by astrophysicist Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson, the 13-episode series will cover everything from the Big Bang to the possibility of a mass extinction. The impressive undertaking is a follow-up to Carl Sagan’s groundbreaking Cosmos: A Personal Voyage. Watch all three teasers below. Are you excited Fox is offering up such an expansive science series?

Cosmos premieres Sunday, March 9th at 9/8c on FOX. The episodes will begin to encore on the National Geographic Channel on March 10 at 10/9c with all-new bonus footage and behind-the-scenes looks.

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  • Mobius

    I’m very surprised that Fox would undertake this show, given the fundamental religious beliefs that are often displayed on a range of Fox shows.

    Isn’t Fox worried in offending the large percentage of young earthers in their audience, or the one in four Americans who don’t know that the Earth circles the sun? (It’s true – Google it)

    • tdr124 .

      Perhaps they are running it to remind Christians of the contributions made by great scientists and mathematicians like Godel, Newton, and Kepler. Or maybe to remind them of the droves of young men educated by Christian monks. Or maybe they want to remind them of how ideas of academic freedom were pioneered by Christian monks in the earliest days of the renaissance. The myth that Religion and Science cannot mix is a tragedy. I suspect that there is a small group of people who benefit from spreading such ignorance.

    • Evan Sullivan

      So Fox is the fundamentalist religious channel now? I’m sure that would come as a big surprise to the viewers of the different series on their network. I’m sure Jack Bauer will be toting a King James Version in the upcoming series instead of a Glock. I think you need to go back to your MSNBC talking points.

  • geez

    This conversation about the intent of Fox only shows me that people are generally really stupid and very easily controlled by others. Is it that you’ve now been told never to watch Fox programming because bad things will happen to you? And has the meek mindedness of people really taken hold of people that vote in our election process?

  • Misty Dawn Sandberg

    Discovering Dr.Sagan and the original Cosmos series produced in the 70s was the best thing that ever happened to me. Carl Sagan was like a father to me in that he explained the world in a way that was easy to understand. He made learning about our evolution and the evolution of the universe in which we live, irrisistable and in the utmost, comforting in a way that religion never could. He taught me about the true God of light, love and creation.

    • Padric O’Fish

      Well you had me until the gawd stuff.

      • Misty Dawn Sandberg

        Whatever God (force, power, law, complete randomness) you believe in, we all came from the same one.

        • Misty Dawn Sandberg

          The laws of the universe are the same everywhere. The cosmos in which we live is indifferent to our ignorrance and none judgmental. It all came from a single point of light. The light made the stars. The stars made us. The light is the God that I believe in and I give rereverie to the Sun and the Moon who are my parents. “God” is bigger than your last comment and whatever lack of thought that was behind it.