'The Expanse' Seasons 1-3 Dock at Amazon Prime

Spin up the drum and settle in for a while — the first three seasons of "The Expanse" have arrived on Amazon Prime.

Amazon Studios took over "The Expanse" last year after Syfy canceled the show (and after a powerful fan campaign pushed for the series' return). As of today (Feb. 8), Seasons 1-3 are available to watch free for Amazon Prime members worldwide. The show has not yet announced the premiere date for Season 4 but confirmed to Deadline Hollywood in January that the season would premiere sometime in 2019. The season is just wrapping up filming.

"That's a Season 4 wrap on Naomi Nagata," actress Dominique Tipper, who plays Nagata, the Rocinante ship's second-in-command, wrote on Twitter. "As if we got cancelled. As if we are now on @PrimeVideo. As if I get to keep portraying this mixed-race woman of my dreams over and over.

"This season is our best to date," she added. "I can't wait for you to see it!"

So, dig in to the show's first three seasons, and if you're the literary type, get ready for the eighth book in the "Expanse" series, "Tiamat's Wrath" (Orbit), out March 9. Also, get ready for Season 4 sometime this year; Space.com has it on good authority that it involves a surprisingly large amount of mud.

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Sarah Lewin
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Sarah Lewin started writing for Space.com in June of 2015 as a Staff Writer and became Associate Editor in 2019 . Her work has been featured by Scientific American, IEEE Spectrum, Quanta Magazine, Wired, The Scientist, Science Friday and WGBH's Inside NOVA. Sarah has an MA from NYU's Science, Health and Environmental Reporting Program and an AB in mathematics from Brown University. When not writing, reading or thinking about space, Sarah enjoys musical theatre and mathematical papercraft. She is currently Assistant News Editor at Scientific American. You can follow her on Twitter @SarahExplains.