All though altered carbon season 2 wasn’t the part of the discussion for Netflix and its showrunner Laeta Kalogridis, went ahead and renew anyway
From the book, Richard K Morgan large numbers of planets are yet to be discovered, but it’s too large to scale
Alison Schapker by knowledge of making science fiction majors like Lost & Fringe and other success like The Flash, almost human is expanding with producing season 2 of altered carbon release soon February -End or march-start.
Alone survival soldier Takeshi Kovacs continues his quest to find of his lost love Quellcrist Falconer played by Renee Elis Goldsberry, planet to planet. Now, after he lost his loyal A. I. Poe fans await who will be next allies. Now, as we’ve watched the first season, we know the skeleton of the story. The universe trades physical bodies with a new one, we know it as ‘resleeving’, and it’s no doubt that it will come pretty handy to confuse the viewer’s mind.
Altered Carbon, which was created by Laeta Kalogridis, who was co-writer of ‘Alita: Battle Angel’, didn’t make fame but got quite good reviews for cinematography and idea.
The show consists of 8 episodes:
E 01 “Phantom Lady”- written by Laeta Kalogridis, directed by Ciaran Donnelly
E 02 “Payment Deferred” – written by Sarah Nicole James, directed by Ciaran Donnelly
E 03 “Nightmare Alley” – written by Michael R. Perry, directed by MJ Bassett
E 04 “Shadow of doubt” –written by Sang Kyu Kim, directed by MJ Bassett
E 05 “I Wake up Screaming” –written by Courtney Norris, directed by Jeremy Webb
E 06 “Bury Me Dead” –written by Adam Lash & Cori Uchida, directed by Jeremy Webb
E 07 “Experiment Perilous” –written by Nevin Densham, directed by Salli Richardson-Whitfield
E 08 “Broken Angels” –written by Alison Schapker & Elizabeth Padden, directed by Salli Richardson-Whitfield