NBC‘s latest sci-fi series, Debris went unnoticed during its airing, which is now leading it to cancellation. The network officially announces that the series will not return for a season 2.
With audiences that reached only 5 million viewers (Live + 7), season 1 of Debris failed to unite a large enough audience, despite a relatively positive critical reception and a currently limited serial offer. of its kind lately. It thus consists of only 13 episodes – find our opinion on the first episodes here.
If you’re unfamiliar with this creation by J.H. Wyman (Fringe, Almost Human), Debris follows two very different agents who must now work together when the wreckage of an alien ship reveals its mysterious effects on humanity. Bryan Beneventi (Jonathan Tucker) is one of the two agents, an intelligent CIA member who finds himself teaming up with Finola Jones (Riann Steele), a much stricter MI6 agent who is quick to follow the rules.
The rest of the cast also features Norbert Leo Butz, Anjali Jay, Scroobius Pip, Gabrielle Ryan, and Sebastian Roché.
If you’re interested in what new series NBC will be offering next season, you can check out the network’s fall schedule.