The Expanse (2015– )
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The asteroid Eros takes direct collision course towards Earth. The Rocinante chases it. As last defense Earth launches missiles against Eros. Miller went inside Eros and makes a surprising discovery.

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David Grossman

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Ty Franck (based on the novels by) (as James S.A. Corey), Daniel Abraham (based on the novels by) (as James S.A. Corey) | 5 more credits »
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Thomas Jane ... Joe Miller
Steven Strait ... Jim Holden
Cas Anvar ... Alex Kamal
Dominique Tipper ... Naomi Nagata
Wes Chatham ... Amos Burton
Frankie Adams ... Roberta 'Bobbie' W. Draper (credit only)
Florence Faivre ... Julie Mao
Shawn Doyle ... Sadavir Errinwright
Shohreh Aghdashloo ... Chrisjen Avasarala
Chad L. Coleman ... Col. Frederick Lucius Johnson
Byron Mann ... Admiral Nguyen
Nick E. Tarabay ... Cotyar
Cara Gee ... Camina Drummer
Brian George ... Arjun Avasarala
Alden Adair ... Staz
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The asteroid Eros takes direct collision course towards Earth. The Rocinante chases it. As last defense Earth launches missiles against Eros. Miller went inside Eros and makes a surprising discovery.

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22 February 2017 (USA) See more »

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This marks the end of the first book of the series. See more »

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Joe Miller: I'm gonna take my pet nuke for a walk and see what's what.
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23 February 2017 | by 0versoulSee all my reviews

Last night's episode of "The Expanse" on SyFy brings the show up to the end of the first book, "Leviathan Wakes," and they hit a home run with this production. A well funded, written, and produced long run television series with author involvement is the new standard for bringing epic future fiction to the audience. Even a short and simple book like "Ender's Game" struggles to fit into the two hour big screen format without hugs cuts and annoying compression; it took fifteen 40 minute shows to tell the story of "Leviathan Wakes" adequately. I am looking forward to "Hyperion" with great excitement!


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