“The Expense,” a show set in the world of the Expanse novels, is an ensemble drama in which the showrunners have the luxury of choosing how to tackle the big issues facing humanity in the future.
The first season was filled with such high-profile plot twists and major character twists that it felt like we were watching a film.
This season, though, has been so much more grounded and grounded in the stories of the characters that the show is now exploring the themes of compassion, sacrifice, and responsibility.
We’ve seen some of the biggest decisions of the season come down to a series of characters grappling with the questions of life and death.
And there are still big questions to be answered about the future of humanity.
“We’re not going to tell you what’s going to happen,” executive producer and showrunner Alex Kurtzman told Entertainment Weekly, “but there’s so much that’s going on.”
For instance, the show’s most powerful force has been the discovery of a planet in a black hole, and we’ve seen how that will impact the fate of humanity and the rest of the universe.
The showrunners also had a lot to say about the characters and their struggles in the first season, which had its own overarching narrative.
“You know, you have to do things with them,” Kurtzman said.
“But we’re also not just making them happen, we’re making them the best they can be.
And it’s really fun to go back and look at the characters who we have now, and you can kind of see that they are trying to figure out what it means to be human.”
It’s a testament to the showrunner’s abilities that, while the first two seasons were very much about the ramifications of war, there were still moments of hope and hope in the finale.
“I think there was hope that this is what was coming,” Kurtz said.
“[But] there was still so much uncertainty.
So much uncertainty that there was not really any hope that the end of the world would be coming.
And that’s something that we’re going to be trying to get across in the season two finale, which is a lot more hopeful than we’ve had before.”
There are also some other things that I think are really important in this show that you have seen in other shows, and I think people are really interested in, too.
We’re not just going to go on and say, ‘Oh, you can’t do that.
You can’t make that.
But there are a lot of interesting things that you can do in the second season.’
“We caught up with Kurtzman at the Tribeca Film Festival to discuss the first four episodes of the second-season finale, the new Starz drama series The Expanse, and the new series The Good Fight.
How does this show differ from The Expense?
What’s so interesting is that the Expense has become a very complex show, because the first time we see it, it’s a very basic one.
So it’s very easy for the audience to just be like, ‘Okay, this is a basic show.’
But it’s also very much a show about the consequences of war.
We are trying not to be just a simple one-shot, and it’s just really interesting that the writers have been able to bring in so much other stuff, because I think they are really passionate about the show.
How do you keep it grounded and still feel like it’s all-encompassing?
We think that there are many things in life that we don’t really think about.
There’s things we have to learn about ourselves that we can’t really see in terms of the things we can do, so that we learn them in a very, very subtle way, and there are so many things that we haven’t really thought about yet.
And I think it’s important that they have to.
So I think that’s what the Expenses does, in a way.
And we just hope that it will be a great show.
I’m not sure that we’ve ever done something like this, and this is my first time, so I’m definitely learning about it.
It’s not just, ‘Here’s a big number.
Let’s do this.’
It’s just a lot about being aware of what is important, and really thinking about what is going on in your life, in your relationships, in the way you act.
And in the final season, there are some big moments where the show takes the audience through those.
And so we’re just really trying to learn how to keep it as grounded as possible.
Are there any elements of the show that are going to stand out to you?
I think the main thing that stands out is the character, which I think is really important.
I think what’s really important is that they’re dealing with something very difficult and complicated.
And to me, that’s really