Netflix’s hit shows Altered Carbon yields into the streaming service on February 27. Last month, the first trailer for the show premiered, and today, there is a detailed movie explaining more about the plot for the upcoming season, together with a new poster.
In the sphere of Altered Carbon, heads can outlive their bodies by being”resleeved,” or simply just put into a fresh body. The major character of Modified Carbon gets this season to a sleeve that is brand new, and because you can see in the most recent trailer below he’s trying to connect to his previous.
“How does it feel to be frightened of death again? Or is that your first time?” That is a pretty telling moment from the trailer, which could mean that the resleeving procedure may be a thing of the past in Altered Carbon.
In addition to the brand new trailer, a new poster for Season 2 has arrived, which gives some clues about what the upcoming season is all about –so long as you watched the first season and also have a nice idea about what is occurring in this relatively high-concept science fiction show. Take a look below.
Kovacs is about the hunt for someone in his past, and additionally, he is being hunted by someone out of his past, but what is happening in the offering of this year? Netflix released an official synopsis for the upcoming season also: “Season 2 begins 30 years following the epic ending of Season 1, and locates Takeshi Kovacs (Anthony Mackie), the only surviving soldier of a bunch of elite interstellar warriors, continuing his generations-old quest to find his lost love Quellcrist Falconer (Renée Elise Goldsberry). Kovacs is recruited back into his home planet of Harlan’s World with all the promise of discovering Quell. Haunted by his past and accountable for investigating a series of murders, Kovacs is shocked to find his new assignment to solve the crime along with his pursuit to find Quell are just the same. With the help of his loyal A.I. Poe (Chris Conner), Kovacs must currently associate with fresh allies to outwit his enemies and discover the truth: Who is Quellcrist Falconer?”
In his overview of Season 1 of Altered Carbon, Mike Rougeau said, “Altered Carbon never shies from analyzing precisely the way an innovation like the cortical stack would change our truth, and this upcoming society appears much different from our own. Yet in many ways, it is precisely the same–which can be more or less the prime directive of fantastic science fiction”
Modified Carbon Season 2 arrives on February 27 on Netflix.