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“Cosmos”: Get into it, New Mexico Style

Posted by on May 4, 2013

Seth MacFarlane brings Carl Sagan's Odyssey Reboot in New Mexico

In 2011 it was announced that Fox ordered 13 episodes of a new documentary series, Cosmos: A Space-Time Odyssey, slated to air some time this year.

The original series was broadcast on PBS in 1980, the first of its kind, space exploration docu-series based on the bestselling novel of the same name by Pulitzer Prize winning scientist and author Carl Sagan, became the most widely watched series in the history of American public television for ten years running.

MacFarlane told Wired Magazine in the summer of 2012, “I’m dismayed at the rejection of science that’s reemerging in America. There’s nothing out there that glamorizes science the way Cosmos did.”

The year before MacFarlance told the New York Times of his passion for the final frontier, saying, “We’re obsessed with angels and vampires and whatnot when there are many more exciting and very real and much more spectacular things to be excited about, that are right in our own planetary backyard.”

And now the home of America’s first and only commercial spaceport can announce that the ultimate throwback into the future will be based in our own backyard.

Months of top secret preparations ensure that this upcoming odyssey into the earthly explorations of the vast reaches of the universe will be sure to amaze.

New Mexico, here is your first chance to begin vying for your own part of Seth MacFarlane’s version of Carl Sagan’s, Cosomos:

From Lorrie Latham:

Local casting is looking for a 14 mo (more or less) toddler girl to work in a scene on Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey She needs to be just learning to walk and still tottering between walking and not.

This is a paid position and will be a one-day shoot at the Santa Fe Studios. It pays more than standard background pay.

If you know someone with a toddler (must be a girl) please have them email:

Keep it right here for more upcoming cast & crew info.!

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