Space Force, the half-hour work sitcom about a military area company, feels strangely suitable. The show, which stars Steve Carell as the titular Space Force’s head honcho General Mark R. Naird, dropped its original, 10-episode season back in May 2020. The series comes with an American company repeatedly failing to perform even the most fundamental space-related jobs correctly. The struggles incorporate Chinese hindrance, under-regulated private infantry, a puppy being consumed by a monkey, and the danger of all-out warfare about the moon.
The very first series had a fast turnaround awarded its January 2019 statement. It had been filmed between September 2019 and January 2020 before releasing in May 2020.
Back in February 2021, we heard courtesy of Production Weekly issue 1235 which filming for Space Force season 2 was scheduled to happen between May 3rd, 2021 and June 21st, 2021.
What’s Space Force about?
This gut-busting half-hour series follows the courageous individuals of this sixth division of the armed service charged with the protection of all-out Earth’s atmosphere. This parody of the true government entity concentrates on General Mark R. Naird, performed brilliantly by The Office alum Carell.
Who’s in the casting of Space Force season two?
In regards to casting, there is no news past the return of the majority of season 1’s cast. The Naird clan will be back bickering and contradictory with each other, meaning we’ll see more of Steve Carell, Lisa Kudrow, and Diana Silvers.
The same goes for the Space Force group, meaning Ben Schwartz’s goofy F. Tony Scarapiducci is going to probably be back as will the frustrated Dr. Adrian Mallory, played to perfection by John Malkovich. The same goes for Tawny Newsome playing with Angela Ali, Jimmy O. Yang as Dr. Chan Kaifang, and the rest of the gang.
Obviously, there would not be a series without an appropriate adversary, and Noah Emmerich will even return as Mark Naird’s arch-nemesis General Kick Grabaston.
The only noteworthy exception to the throw coming is Fred Willard, who played with Mark’s dad Fred in year 1. Willard passed away on May 15, 2020, at age 86.