‘For All Mankind’ Season 5 Casts Mireille Enos, Reuniting Her With ‘The Killing’ Co-Star Joel Kinnaman

Mireille Enos has joined the cast of “For All Mankind” Season 5 at Apple TV+, Variety has learned.

Enos will appear in the space race historical fiction drama in a series regular role as Celia Boyd, described as “a member of the Peacekeeper Security Force on Mars.”

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The role reunites Enos with “For All Mankind” star Joel Kinnaman. The two previously starred opposite one another in the AMC/Netflix series “The Killing,” for which Enos was nominated for an Emmy and Golden Globe for best lead actress in a drama. Her other TV credits include “Lucky Hank” at AMC, “Hanna” at Amazon Prime Video (which also starred Kinnaman), “Big Love” at HBO, and “The Catch” at ABC. In film, Enos has starred in features such as “Miranda’s Victim,” “World War Z,” and “The Lie.”

She is repped by CAA, Howard Green Entertainment, and Goodman Genow.

“For All Mankind” is one of Apple TV+’s longest running series, having first debuted when the streamer launched in 2019. The series was created by Ronald D. Moore, Matt Wolpert, and Ben Nedivi. All three serve as executive producers, with Moore executive producing via Tall Ship Productions along with Maril Davis. David Weddle, Bradley Thompson, Seth Edelstein, and Kira Snyder are also executive producers. Sony Pictures Television is the studio.

When it was annoucned that “For All Mankind” had been renewed for Season 5, Apple also announced a series order for the spinoff series “Star City.” That show will return to the beginning of the alternate timeline established in the beginning of “For All Mankind” in which the Soviets reach the Moon first, but this time telling the story from the Soviet perspective.

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