After being saved from cancellation by Amazon, principal photography on The Expanse's fourth season has officially come to an end.
New cast member Lyndie Greenwood (Sleepy Hollow) announced through a post on her Instagram account that filming on Season 4 has concluded in Toronto. Additionally, the actor has revealed that the first three seasons of the acclaimed sci-fi series will be available to stream through Amazon starting tomorrow.
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That’s a wrap on season four of The Expanse! I’ve been having an amazing time working on this incredible show for the past few months, and I’m so happy to finally be able to share that with you! I can’t wait for y’all to see what we’ve done this season, and for you to meet Dr Elvi Okoye 💁🏽♀️ Seasons 1-3 of The Expanse drop on @amazonprimevideo tomorrow. Catch up before season 4 drops later this year! @expanseonprime #theexpanse
Greenwood will be portraying Doctor Elvi Okoye on the series, a biologist intent on studying samples from New Terra to determine the true nature of the planet.
Syfy had cancelled The Expanse this past May after three seasons, citing low ratings and high production costs despite its critical acclaim. By the end of the month, Amazon had picked up the series for a fourth season with executive producer Naren Shankar noting that the show no longer had content restrictions and would film natively in 4K UHD.
Adapting the novel series of the same name by James S.A. Corey, The Expanse stars Steven Strait, Cas Anvar, Dominique Tipper, Wes Chatham, Shohreh Aghdashloo and Frankie Adams. Season 4 is expected to premiere on Amazon sometime in 2019.