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Rated 3.7 out of 5 This sci-fi series was abruptly canceled after one season!

Constellation, the sci-fi series starring Noomi Rapace that debuted last February, has been canceled by Apple TV+ after just one season, Variety tells us.

The Swedish actress, who came to the public as Lisbeth Salander in the millennium films, plays Joe, an astronaut who finds that key elements of his life seem to have disappeared after returning to Earth after a space disaster. He then embarks on a quest to uncover the truth about the hidden history of space travel and reclaim what he lost.

In addition to Noomi Rapace, the cast includes James D’Arcy as Magnus, Julian Luman as Frederic, William Catlett as Paul, Barbara Sukova as Irena and Rosie, and Davina Coleman as Alice.

Average 3.7 on AlloCiné

The first two episodes of Constellation aired on February 21 and ran through March. The series received a score of 71% on Rotten Tomatoes and 3.7 out of 5 on AlloCiné for average viewers. The French press is even more positive, giving the series an average of 4 out of 5!

Apple TV+ did not provide an explanation for the reasons for this cancellation. A very small audience seems to be the most likely hypothesis, even if the platform’s communication here is also clever to say the least. The complex plot of the series may have weighed in the balance when it was necessary to preserve the society.

Constellation was created by Peter Harness, known for writing episodes of Doctor Who, McMafia and Jackson Brody, Private Eye. The entire first season is available on Apple TV+.

Source: Allocine

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