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The Expanse returns for its third season on Wednesday, but the new installment of the Syfy drama isn’t debuting with nearly enough fanfare, if you ask us.
The series, which is based on the popular James S.A. Corey book series set in a future where humanity has colonized the solar system, averages less than 600,000 viewers each week, which is about middle of the road for Syfy. These ratings are no reflection on the quality of The Expanse though, which time and time again has proven itself to be one of the best — if not the best — sci-fi shows in recent years.
With the third season just round the corner and the first two available to stream on Amazon Prime, now is the perfect time to catch up on the action. Still need more convincing? Here are seven reasons why you owe it to yourself to binge The Expanse before Season 3 premieres.
1. It’s a complex political drama. To paint a full picture of the politics of The Expanse would probably take an entire day, and that’s exactly what makes the Syfy drama so compelling. The world of the series is so developed it seamlessly sucks you in, immediately establishing the socio-economic tensions between the three ruling powers: Earth, the upper, ruling class living a life of privilege on a habitable planet; the Belt, the oppressed working class who provide the necessary resources for Earth and Mars while they toil away mining in the Asteroid Belt; and Mars, an ascendant, militarized power that seceded from Earth and fosters plenty of bad blood from their negative past relations.
Adding more trouble to the mix is the Outer Planets Alliance, a loosely organized network run primarily by a former United Nations colonel, Fred Johnson (The Walking Dead’s Chad L. Coleman). Depending on your perspective, the OPA is either a sociopolitical organization, championing for the Belters, or a terrorist organization, out to cause trouble for the Earth-Mars Coalition Navy.
Caught between all those warring powers are The Expanse’s core heroes, a diverse crew working on the ice hauler Canterbury who become key players in the brewing interplanetary conflict after stumbling upon a seemingly abandoned spaceship that may hold the key to humanity’s downfall.
And that’s just scratching the surface of the show’s fascinating political machinations! So if you miss early seasons of Game of Thrones, when the drama was more about political maneuvering than dragons fighting zombies, then The Expanse might just scratch that itch.