Bears! Bugs! Babies! Get an Exclusive First Look at Cosmos, Fox's Sagan-Inspired Science Series

Fox blinding you with science(-related) goodness?

That appears to be the goal of Cosmos: A SpaceTime Odyssey, a new 13-part series premiering Sunday, March 9 (9/8c) — and we’ve got your exclusive first look at a new trailer and the official key art for what’s being billed as a continuation of Carl Sagan’s Emmy-winning 1980 Cosmos: A Personal Voyage.

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The new Cosmos is executive-produced by Seth MacFarlane (Family Guy), along with Sagan’s collaborators on the 1980 project, executive producer/writer Ann Druyan and co-writer/astronomer Steven Soter. National Geographic will air encore presentations of each episode — with bonus footage — on Mondays (10/9c).

Check out the Cosmos trailer below — in which host Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson, the famous astrophysicist, promises “the greatest story science has ever told” — as well as its official key art.

Are you ready to take the journey into the new Cosmos? Sound off in the comments!

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3 Comments
  1. James D says:

    Yes please. I used to watch Sagan on TV when i was a kid and am a big fan of NDT.

  2. Pete says:

    Ann Druyan is the smartest person currently living on the planet Earth, and N.D. Tyson is up there. This will be Timeless… not “Time-slot” very excited!

  3. queerbec says:

    “Science” and “Fox” are rarely used in a sentence together.

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