‘Constellation’ Canceled at Apple TV+ After One Season

‘Constellation’ Canceled at Apple TV+ After One Season

Apple TV+ has canceled “Constellation” after one season.

The series starred Noomi Rapace as Jo, an astronaut who discovered that key pieces of her life seemed to be missing upon returning to Earth after a disaster in space, and set out on a quest to expose the truth about the hidden history of space travel and recover what she’d lost. Along with Rapace, the cast included James D’Arcy as Magnus, Julian Looman as Frederic, William Catlett as Paul, Barbara Sukowa as Irena and Rosie and Davina Coleman as Alice.

“Constellation” premiered in February and ran through March. The series received a score of 71% on Rotten Tomatoes, though Variety critic Alison Herman wrote in her review that, “There’s a fine line between enticing the audience with a promise for answers and confusing them with an amorphous mass of hints and atmospherics. By straining to sustain a suspenseful mood over an entire season, ‘Constellation’ crosses to the wrong side of that divide.

“Constellation” was created by Peter Harness, best known for writing episodes of “Doctor Who,” McMafia,” “City of Vice” and “Case Histories.” The series was produced by Turbine Studios and Haut et Court TV. Michelle MacLaren, Oliver Hirschbiegel and Joseph Cedar served as directors. Harness executive produced the series on behalf of Haunted Barn Ltd. Executive producers also included David Tanner; Tracey Scoffield; Caroline Benjo; Simon Arnal; Carole Scotta; Justin Thomson; MacLaren and Rebecca Hobbs through MacLaren Entertainment. Jahan Lopes co-executive produced for MacLaren Entertainment. Daniel Hetzer produced for Turbine.

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