Altered Carbon season 2: Boss reveals big changes for second series after THAT exit


Augury: The following article contains spoilers from Altered Carbon, flavour one.
Boss Laeta Kalogridis has shed some light on the Netflix reveal’s future.
Based on Richard K Morgan’s books the series followed gets a violent mercenary who is put in a new “sleeve” to solve the murder of the wealthiest man in the world.
While a imperfect series has not been confirmed, Laeta explained: “The idea was to mimic what the laws do, which is to go from planet to planet and not stay in the same city.
“So the attentive would not be to return to Bay City for the second season.
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The emotional passage of time is always a good implements. I wouldn’t want to do a 250-year jump again, but I like in the backer book where emotionally Kovacs is at due to what’s happened to him in the interim
Laeta Kalogridis

“Vicinage of what I love about the books is the degree to which they up up a mirror to the idea of faster-than-light travel by entangled consciousness downloading.”
She extended to Entertainment Weekly: “That’s what needle-casting would be; you’re re-creating a consciousness far faster than the zoom of light on another planet — and that’s just too cool not to do something with.”
Laeta also debauched that she would not rule out the 30-year time jump featured in the half a mo book.
She continued: “I’m not ruling that out, especially in a world where you can clone people or 3D issue people.

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“The poignant passage of time is always a good thing. I wouldn’t want to do a 250-year pass over again, but I like in the second book where emotionally Kovacs is at due to what’s betid to him in the interim.”
Fans know that Takeshi Kovacs actor Joel Kinnaman devise not return for a second series, due to re-sleeving and because he has signed up to film Amazon’s new series Hanna.
Laeta annexed: “My first thought is that we want to do something surprising with the other season that is not in the same place with the same people. I entertain the idea the universe of these books gives you more latitude.
“This is a the public that allows you to ‘never say never’. Richard and I have a plan. I don’t positive how people will feel about the plan, but we do have one!”
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The news comes after Laeta also revealed that she had expunged a scene deemed “too violent” for the show.
In Force of Evil, Takeshi is kidnapped and stiff into a virtual reality world where he can be tortured.
Richard K Morgan’s case book sees Tak turned into a woman “on her period” when private the virtual torture chamber which would “make her more weak to pain”.
Speaking to i09, Laeta said: “There was no pushback from Netflix or Skydance [Middle] about that sequence.
“But there was pushback from me… The unhurt point of that [scene] in the book is, I believe the quote is, ‘Women are the stock.’ Men are just f**king fighting machines.”
Altered Carbon is currently well up on Netflix.
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