'Cosmos' returns in March 2020 with 'Possible Worlds', a third season that once again features Neil deGrasse Tyson

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The new season of Cosmos was scheduled for March this year, but was delayed by complaints filed before Neil deGrasse Tyson. Now, Fox and National Geographic have announced the new date of 'Cosmos: Possible Worlds', which will be released next March 9, 2020.

It was in 1980 when 'Cosmos: a personal journey' by Carl Sagan landed to show us all kinds of scientific topics. In 2014, astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson resurrected the classic documentary with 'Cosmos: a space-time odyssey' and will now take charge of this third season, under the title of 'Cosmos: Possible Worlds' which will feature 13 episodes different where different periods of time and a large number of corners of the universe will be explored.

'Cosmos' returns in 2020 with Neil deGrasse Tyson and renowned actors

"A journey through space and time with more than 13.8 billion years of cosmic evolution," says the trailer for the new season. "The boldest," says Ann Druyan, widow of Carl Sagan and executive producer of 'Cosmos'.

From the origins of the universe with the Big Bang to a futuristic New York World's Fair in 2039, the series of 'Cosmos' will move us to lost worlds and explore possible futures, always under the scientific perspective.

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"'Cosmos: Possible worlds' takes complex themes of astrophysics, astronomy and anthropology and makes them accessible and entertaining so that millions of people around the world can devour them," explains Courteney Monroe, global president of television at National Geographic.

Among the executive producers are Seth MacFarlane, Brannon Braga and Jason Clark, who will join other actors like Patrick Stewart, in the role of astronomer William Herschel, Viggo Mortensen, in the role of geneticist Nikolai Vavilov or Judd Hirsch, who will act as physicist Robert Oppenheimer, director of the Manhattan Project of the atomic bomb.

Along with the new season, National Geographic will publish a Druyan novel, with the same title as the series, as a continuation of Sagan's popular book of 'Cosmos'.

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