This article on Season 3 of the Netflix series Altered Carbon was first written on February 19, 2019, and was revised on August 28, 2019, after the series was canceled. Continue reading for the original article, which has been updated to reflect the most recent developments in this field.
Season 2 of Altered Carbon was a significant change for the Netflix series, with a new lead and more action. So, what does this mean for Season 3 of Altered Carbon? Unfortunately, nothing, since the cyberpunk series was canceled by Netflix in August 2020.
Here’s all you need to know, as well as some suggestions for filling the Takeshi-sized hole in your heart.
Is the Renewal of Altered Carbon for Season 3?
Unfortunately, the answer is no. Netflix announced in August 2020 that Altered Carbon has been canceled after two seasons.
Are Both Seasons of Altered Carbon Going to Be Available on Netflix?
Yes. For the time being, Netflix has confirmed that both seasons of Altered Carbon will be available to view.
Why Did Netflix Cancel Altered Carbon?
Altered Carbon was canceled at the same time as two other Netflix shows, The Society and I Am Not OK With This, due to rising budgets and filming difficulties during the COVID-19 epidemic. The series, however, was not canceled for the same reasons, according to Deadline.
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Instead, “the streamer’s usual audience vs. cost renewal review procedure” led to the decision. In layman’s terms, Altered Carbon was pulling in too few views for Netflix to afford the expense of production.
What Was the Carbon Anime Film That Was Altered?
Altered Carbon didn’t get a third season, but it did have a sequel in the shape of an anime feature. Season 2 of Altered Carbon: Resleeved premiered on March 19, 2020, a month after Season 2.
Takeshi Kovacs must safeguard a tattooist while investigating the death of a Yakuza leader with a no-nonsense CTAC with her own secret 253 years before the story begins. This is the most current piece of Altered Carbon created at this time, as the series was canceled after that.
Where Can I Get Rid of My Altered Carbon Itch?
In 2019, Dynamite Entertainment published Altered Carbon: Download Blues, an original comic novel authored by Richard K. Morgan. In this solo novella set within the Altered Carbon universe and its cast of fascinating characters, Morgan returns to his cyberpunk origins.
Rik Hoskin (White Sand, Red Rising) co-wrote this 128-page hardbound book, which includes artwork by Ferran Sellars (Grimm Fairy Tales). It’s the ideal method to expand on Kovacs and Co.’s adventures in their far-future world beyond the novels and TV series.
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Morgan teased the forthcoming Altered Carbon graphic novel in an interview with Inverse, implying that it may take the plot is yet another new path with a new genre and setting:
“You’ll see Kovacs in a variety of sleeves this time around, and things are a little more problematic this time around, and there’s a jail setting to some of the tale.” I hear that this volume has a lot more physical shock than the last one, which focused on noirish crime and corruption stories.”