Enjoy this Jeff Russo & Paul Doucette Interview
Set in an alternate timeline where the Soviet Union defeats the United States in the Space Race, For All Mankind focuses on the high profile defeat of America’s NASA program and the impact it had on their families and society as a whole. The Apple TV+ show is currently in production of their fourth season and is likely going to drop late 2023.
While For All Mankind is certainly full of special effects and human drama, it is always underpinned by the ever-present music of composers Jeff Russo and Paul Doucette. You’ll likely know Jeff’s work from a litany of geek properties that include Star Trek: Discovery, Star Trek: Picard, Legion and Lucifer. Paul joined Jeff on season two of For All Mankind. You’ll know Paul from his work with Matchbox Twenty as their rhythm guitarist, drummer and vocalist.
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Jeff Russo and Paul Doucette took time from their busy schedule to talk with me about their process for bringing For All Mankind to life. We discussed everything from scoring hit TV shows to jamming with one another in the office.
For All Mankind is one of the best reasons to subscribe to Apple TV+ and I recommend it to anyone that will listen. I was happy to hear that not only would it be coming back for season 4, but also that both Jeff and Paul would be returning to score it. I honestly can’t wait.
For All Mankind stars Joel Kinnaman, Shantel VanSanten, Krys Marshall and Wrenn Schmidt. Three seasons are currently available on Apple TV+.
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