Netflix Releases Trailer For New 'Altered Carbon' Sci-Fi Series

Netflix Releases Trailer For New 'Altered Carbon' Sci-Fi Series

Netflix Releases Trailer For New 'Altered Carbon' Sci-Fi Series

Besides Kinnaman, the cast includes James Purefoy (The Following), Martha Higareda (Royal Pains, McFarland, USA), Renee Elise Goldsberry (Hamilton), Will Yun Lee (The Wolverine, True Blood), Dichen Lachman (Agents of Shield, Shameless).

Altered Carbon comes out on February 2 and is based on the cyberpunk novel from Richard K. Morgan that was a beloved piece of literature and now the TV adaptation should introduce this aesthetic to potentially millions of people.

Based on Richard K. Morgan's 2002 award-winning cyberpunk novel, Altered Carbon is set hundreds of years in the future when the super rich can repeatedly trade out their bodies (called "sleeves") to live forever.

The epic trailer for Netflix's Altered Carbon was released on Monday, a world set 500 years in the future where humans live in a dystopian universe. Takeshi Kovacs is the lone surviving soldier in a group of elite interstellar warriors who were defeated in an uprising against the new world order.

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Altered Carbon hits Netflix February 2, 2018. In exchange, Kovacs has to solve a murder. that of Bancroft himself. Their memories and consciousness are able to be stored on digital implants, referred to as "stacks", and can be transported between bodies as people upgrade.

Altered Carbon may ultimately flop, but it should absolutely look great. Death is merely an inconvenience in the new sci-fi noir series Altered Carbon. Head on over to the link below to see a few more images from the series.

The firs trailer for Altered Carbon is now available for your viewing pleasure. Joel Kinnaman (of the recent RoboCop remake) stars as Kovacs, who is a biracial man of Japanese-descent in the books that ends up in a white man's body (hopefully the series is more cognizant of that identity dynamic than, say, the new Ghost in the Shell).

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