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Space Force is an American workplace comedy streaming television series created by Greg Daniels and Steve Carell for Netflix. It centers on a group of people tasked with establishing the sixth branch of the United States Armed Forces, the United States Space Force.[2] It stars Steve Carell, John Malkovich, Ben Schwartz, Diana Silvers, Lisa Kudrow, Tawny Newsome and Jimmy O. Yang.[3][4][5] It premiered on Netflix on May 29, 2020, to mixed reviews.[6] In November 2020, it was renewed for a second season[7] which premiered on February 18, 2022,[8] to generally favourable reviews. In April 2022, the series was cancelled after two seasons.[9]




Space Force - Season 2


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On January 16, 2019, it was announced that Netflix had given the production a series order for a ten-episode first season.[4][5] The series is co-created by Greg Daniels and Steve Carell and is executive produced by Daniels, Carell, and Howard Klein through 3 Arts Entertainment.[3] On November 13, 2020, the series was renewed for a second season, produced in Vancouver to lower the show's budget.[7] Producer Daniels explained that they would refocus the tone and emphases of the show for the second season and that they had brought veteran comedy director Ken Kwapis in to help achieve that goal.[19][20][21] On April 29, 2022, Netflix canceled the series after two seasons.[9]


Principal photography for the first season commenced in Los Angeles, California, on October 1, 2019, and ended on January 10, 2020.[30] Most exterior shots of the fictional Space Force base were shot on the campus of California State University, Dominguez Hills.[31] Filming for season 2 began in late May 2021 in Vancouver and wrapped in late June 2021.[32][7][33]


The series was released on Netflix on May 29, 2020.[6] At their Q2 report meeting in July 2020, Netflix reported the series had been viewed by about 40 million households since its release.[34] In August 2020, it was estimated that 8.3% of subscribers had watched the series over its first month.[35] The second season premiered on February 18, 2022.[8] The second season featured on Netflix 's global top 10s for 1 week recording 12.32 million hours watched globally.[36]


At their Q2 report meeting in July 2020, Netflix reported the series had been viewed by about 40 million households since its release.[37] In August 2020, it was estimated that 8.3% of subscribers had watched the series over its first month.[38] The second season featured on Netflix 's global top 10s for 1 week recording 12.32 million hours watched globally.[39]


On review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, the first season of the series has an approval rating of 38% based on 96 reviews, with an average rating of 5.80/10. The site's critics consensus reads: "An all-star cast and blockbuster-worthy special effects aren't enough to keep Space Force's uneven blend of earnestness and satire from spinning quickly out of comedic orbit."[40] On Metacritic, it has a weighted average score of 49 out of 100, based on 40 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews".[41]


On review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, the second season of the series has an approval rating of 90% based on 10 reviews, with an average rating of 7.1/10.[47] On Metacritic, it has a weighted average score of 61 out of 100 based on 4 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews".[48]


After two seasons of getting boots on the moon and trying to justify the existence of a sixth military branch, Space Force couldn't justify its existence to Netflix any longer. The show, which featured Steve Carell in the lead role as Chief of Space Operations Mark Naird, has been canceled at the streamer per Deadline. Marc and his crew will have to consider exploring different careers after all.


The show debuted in the wake of the real-life creation of the U.S. Space Force, following General Naird as he's given the reins to the newest branch of the military. Together with his crew, he's tasked with getting the organization up to snuff with the rest of the military, an act easier said than done given all the hurdles the new space-faring branch faces. Season One had Marc and his crew undergo trial by fire as they were immediately tasked with getting humans back on the moon by 2024. Its second season, which was released back in February, followed the fallout of the moon mission as Space Force was given four months to prove its worth to the military.


What ultimately hurt Space Force was more than likely the cost vs. the viewership. Season 1 saw some significant time among Netflix's most-watched shows, even ranking at the very top of Netflix's Daily Top 10, but Season 2 didn't see the same love. It broke into the Daily Top 10 as well but never got higher than number 5. For a show as ambitious as Space Force with a budget of around one million per episode in its first season, that didn't bode well given the streamer's tendency of pulling the plug on relatively unprofitable properties.


Countdown to launch is initiated for the Space Force season 2 release date, as we inch closer to the return of Steve Carell as General Mark Naird. The bad news? Well, he may not be in charge of his misfit space nerd shop for much longer.


The trailer for Space Force season 2 starts off with Steve Carrell doing what he does best: being unable to deal with criticism. We quickly learn that Gen. Naird's tenure running Space Force, though, is under threat from the government (and that's Tim Meadows playing the secretary of defense, who informs us of this).


The general's daughter Erin (Diana Silvers) is interviewing to join the team (likely as an intern), and Dr. Adrian Mallory (John Malkovich) continues to play pranks with everyone. Oh, and Patton Oswalt's in space ... and he's a NY Jets fan.


In July 2020 we had learned that Netflix has renewed Space Force for a second season and was in active development. The news comes from the same source that helped us break the news that Ozark was renewed before it was officially announced by Netflix the following day, amongst other series.


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The sci-fi show that's also a workplace comedy focuses on soldiers and scientists serving in the space branch of the U.S. Armed Forces, but there's one character outside the military base that many have grown to know and love: Lisa Kudrow's Maggie Naird.


Space Force fans might be hoping to see more of the character and her blossoming relationship with prison guard Louise in Season 2, but Maggie doesn't appear in quite the same way as she did in the first season.


This week, it has to face off against the likes of a new season of 13 Reasons Why and new episodes of Queer Eye, either one could unseat it, or it could remain where it is. Regardless, the end result is pretty clear, that Netflix will indeed give Space Force another season.


Space Force has struck well with its second season after getting off to a rough start. Reuniting Steve Carell with The Office showrunner Greg Daniels, the series follows the sixth branch of the United States Armed Forces known as the Space Force. It premiered in 2020 and was met with reviews that were less than stellar, but Netflix committed to the series by ordering a second season. Fortunately, that has turned out to be much more well-received.


Over at Rotten Tomatoes, season 2 is currently ranked at a perfect 100% fresh score on the Tomatometer. Compared to season 1's paltry 39% score, that shows tremendous improvement in the series. This is not unlike what happened when Carell and Daniels launched the American version of The Office, which struggled to find its way with its first season only to become one of the most popular comedy shows of all time. Perhaps that was enough to convince Netflix to give Space Force another shot.


Comic Years' Shah Shahid adds, "With interesting characters and dynamic relationships, season 2 works a lot better than its first. So for fans of Carrell and his other comedies, its definitely a must-watch."


"Space Force season 2 is exactly what it needs to be this time around, which amounts to a gut-busting, laugh-out-loud workplace comedy," ComicBook.com's Adam Barnhardt puts it. "Carell shines exceptionally bright this season as does the rest of the ensemble."


In a previous interview with Collider, series co-creator Greg Daniels said how the problem with season 1 might have been that they were trying to make the show too "cinematic." There were some changes made to the second season with the goal of making the series much more entertaining. Given the positive response from the professional critics, it would seem that this strategy has turned out to be successful.


"The hope, per sources, is that a second season will allow Space Force the runway to grow creatively and better connect with viewers and critics alike much in the same way The Office broke out in its subsequent seasons," THR said.


Space Force, which began streaming in May 2020, stars Carell (The Office) as Naird, a decorated pilot who is tapped to lead the newly formed sixth branch of the U.S. Armed Forces: Space Force. Despite his skepticism about the job, Mark uproots his family and moves to a remote base in Colorado, where he and a colorful team of scientists are tasked by the White House with achieving total space dominance. 041b061a72


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