Infinity Train Season 4, like every season before it, is a great take on the magical amazing world of its premise. Creator @oweeeeendennis and the staff do amazing things within their limited scope and budget.
Which kills me because I know if they had more they could make a masterpiece. Very few parts of the series are BAD. The easiest complaint you can make is that it’s fast-paced, because they tell a complete and complicated story in a 110 minute season.
Cosmos: Possible Worlds gives me a reason to live. It is a catalog of our greatest triumphs and some of our worst downfalls. It is a companion and addition to past science media (including both prior Cosmos programs), meaning there’s something new here for all but the most well-read student of science and history.
Telling untold stories seem to have been the mission of this season. Science does not belong to white men, and Neil deGrasse Tyson broadens the definition of science to include people from before recorded history.