Apple TV+ Cancels ‘Constellation’ After Single Season

Apple TV+ has canceled the sci-fi series Constellation after a single season.

The series from creator Peter Harness stars Noomi Rapace as an astronaut aboard the International Space Station when an object collides with it. After making repairs, she returns to Earth to find that pieces of her life are missing or not as she recalls them.

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The cancellation comes just six weeks after Constellation completed its eight-episode season in late March. The series is one of a host of sci-fi titles at Apple TV+, among them For All Mankind, Severance, Foundation, Silo and Invasion.

Per usual with streaming platforms, Apple doesn’t viewing figures for Constellation; the series did not make its way into Nielsen’s streaming top 10 during its run.

Along with Rapace, Constellation stars Jonathan Banks, James D’Arcy, Julian Looman, William Catlett, Barbara Sukowa and Rosie and Davina Coleman.

Turbine Studios and Haut et Court TV produced the series, which filmed in Germany. Harness executive produces (via his Haunted Barn Ltd.) with David Tanner, Tracey Scoffield, Caroline Benjo, Simon Arnal, Carole Scotta, Justin Thomson, and MacLaren Entertainment’s Michelle MacLaren (who also directed two episodes) and Rebecca Hobbs. Jahan Lopes of MacLaren Entertainment is a co-EP.

Deadline first reported the cancellation.

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