Modified carbon canceled: no season 3 on Netflix


Netflix canceled Altered Carbon after two seasons, with no season 3 to complete its story. By deadline, Altered Carbon was not canceled due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, but due to a lack of “numbers. of viewers compared to the renewal costs verification process. The sci-fi series is based on the cyberpunk novels written by English author Richard K. Morgan and adapted for television by showrunner Laeta Kalogridis.Over the course of its two seasons, actors Joel Kinnaman and Anthony Mackie played the series’ main character, Takeshi Kovacs. Other recurring characters include Poe (Chris Conner), fan favorite, Quellcrist Falconer (Renée Elise Goldsberry), Takeshi Prime (Will Yun Lee), and many more. IGN hailed Altered Carbon as “a transporting sci-fi thriller that rivals Blade Runner in the depth of its universe,” in our Season 1 review. In April 2020, Netflix released a sleek anime spin-off , titled Altered Carbon: Resleeved, which focuses on Kovacs, who is hired to protect a young tattoo artist named Holly (Brittany Cox) while investigating the death of a local Yakuza boss. While not as rich in character development as its live-action counterpart, Resleeved “is an entertaining entry into the Takeshi Kovacs saga that excels in the action department,” according to our full review.Let us know what you think of Altered Carbon’s cancellation in the comments section below. Have you been looking forward to a third season on Netflix?
David Griffin is still watching DuckTales in his pajamas with a bowl of cereal in his hand. He is also the TV editor of IGN. Say hello on Twitter.


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