So much so that fans started the #SaveTheExpanse campaign after its cancellation, getting it picked up for three more seasons on Amazon Prime.
As it nears the end of its penultimate season, The Expanse draws great reviews, but isn’t yet as popular as it deserves to be.
If you miss the complex political drama of epics like Game of Thrones, The Expanse has got you covered.
The worldbuilding is so deep that within a few episodes, you’ll even start to pick up the Belter Creole language invented for the show so you can tell your Beltalowdas from your Pomangs.
At times, it can even feel a little too close to home, with egotistic politicians putting their nations in danger while a deadly pandemic looms over everything.
The Expanse’s main characters and secondary players alike are as complex as the politics at the show’s core.
There are plenty of characters that are easy to love or hate (or sometimes both), but they’re rarely as simply as being good or evil.