Altered Carbon – The Immortality Program: Netflix discontinues sci-fi series after season two

The sci-fi series "Altered Carbon" is apparently not getting a third season. Allegedly, a continuation for Netflix is ​​not worth it.

The Netflix series "Altered Carbon – The Immortality Program" will not continue after season two. This is reported by the US portal "Deadline" and cites an unsatisfactory cost-benefit calculation as the alleged reason for the surprising series end. The sci-fi series premiered on the streaming service in early February 2018. Season two followed more than two years later, at the end of February 2020. In March 2020, the accompanying anime film "Altered Carbon: Resleeved" was released.

"Altered Carbon" is based on the novel of the same name by the British writer Richard K. Morgan (54) and takes place in the 24th century. In the meantime, people's consciousness and memories can be stored on chips and transferred to any body. The main character Takeshi Kovac is embodied by different people. In season one it was Joel Kinnaman (40, "Suicide Squad"), in season two Marvel star Anthony Mackie (41, "Avengers: Endgame").