Apple TV Plus continues its streak of captivating science fiction content with a new addition, 'Constellation,' joining the ranks of recent hits like 'Invasion,' 'Monarch,' 'For All Mankind,' and 'Silo.' The streaming giant teased viewers by releasing the premiere date and first images of 'Constellation,' a psychological thriller set to stream from February 21st, with subsequent episodes airing weekly on Wednesdays.
The series follows Noomi Rapace, known for her roles in 'Prometheus' and 'Alien: Covenant,' as Jo, an astronaut grappling with the aftermath of a space disaster upon her return to Earth. Jo discovers unsettling gaps in her life, raising questions about missing pieces and hidden truths. 'Constellation' promises an action-packed space adventure that delves deep into the complexities of human psychology, portraying one woman's relentless pursuit to unravel the concealed history of space travel and reclaim what she has lost.
'Constellation' is the brainchild of Peter Harness, acclaimed for his work on 'Doctor Who,' and directed by Michelle MacLaren, renowned for her contributions to 'Westworld,' 'Game of Thrones,' and 'Breaking Bad.' Alongside Rapace, the series features an ensemble cast including Jonathan Banks, James D’Arcy, Julian Looman, William Catlett, and Barbara Sukowa.
The release of 'Constellation' coincides with Apple TV Plus' announcement of renewing another sci-fi series, the epic adaptation of Isaac Asimov’s 'Foundation,' for a third season. This latest addition to the streaming platform's sci-fi lineup promises to enthrall audiences with its suspenseful narrative and stellar performances, continuing Apple TV Plus' commitment to delivering compelling and immersive storytelling in the realm of science fiction.