The Astronaut Wives Club Essay

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The Astronaut Wives Club Introduction: Based upon Lily Koppel’s book ‘The Astronaut Wives Club: A True Story’, The Astronaut Wives Club is limited TV series tells about the story of women were crucial players beside biggest events in American’s history. As astronauts are turning one’s hand to death-defying missions, Life Magazine cover and documents behind the scene moments from the lives of their families and young wives. The consideration transforms these martial spouses into American royalty. As their celebrity status is rising, trial also starts to touch their lives, bring in the women together so that they can support one another. The Astronaut Wives Club is an American short period drama TV (premiering Thursday at 8 p.m. on ABC) series…show more content…
And then on 5th February 2014, it was officially reordered straight to series with a total of 10 episodes pickup. So The Astronauts Wives Club was expected to premiere on 24th July 2014 but then it was rescheduled to spring 2015 to undergo final changes. It is then premiered on 18th June 2015. Plot: The Space Race may be backcloth for ABC’s new mini-series, but instead of the astronauts, the astronauts wives club are front and center of focus of The Astronaut Wives Club ABC ‘s mini-series. The Astronaut Wives Club series covers the true story of 7 modest legion wives who rocketed to fame when their husbands – Gordon Cooper, Scott Carpenter, John Glenn, Wally Schirra, Gus Grissom, Deke Slayton and Alan Shepard were announced as NASA’s prime Mercury astronauts in 1959. In the 1960’s all women lived in Houston, all as nest door neighbours; providing support to each other while their husbands were on death-outdare missions and in pursuit in Cape Canaveral, Fla. As the men struggle a typical Cold War in the skies, with each and every successful mission celebrated as a vale in Soviet Communism; the astronaut’s women company each other back home. They also became celebrities in their own right, shadowed by reporters with their each and every move recorded in the history pages of Life

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