Apple TV+ Unveils ‘Constellation’ Sci-Fi Series Trailer Starring Noomi Rapace and Jonathan Banks

Swedish actress Noomi Rapace stars in the new Apple TV+ sci-fi thriller series titled “Constellation”, alongside Emmy nominee Jonathan Banks. The trailer for the show has been released, giving viewers a glimpse into the eerie and mysterious world of the series. Created and written by Peter Harness, known for his work on “Wallander” and “The War of the Worlds”, “Constellation” follows the story of Jo, an astronaut for the European Space Agency who returns to Earth after a disastrous mission. However, she soon realizes that things are not as they seem, with key aspects of her life appearing different.

The eight-part series is described as a conspiracy-based psychological thriller, delving into the dark edges of human psychology, and following Jo’s desperate quest to uncover the truth about the hidden history of space travel, and regain what she has lost. Directed by Emmy winner Michelle MacLaren, Oscar nominee Oliver Hirschbiegel, and Oscar nominee Joseph Cedar, “Constellation” promises to captivate audiences with its intriguing storyline.

In addition to Rapace and Banks, the show features James D’Arcy as Jo’s husband Magnus, Julian Looman, William Catlett, Barbara Sukowa, and Rosie and Davina Coleman as Jo and Magnus’ daughter Alice. The series will premiere on Wednesday, February 21, with its first three episodes launching together, followed by weekly releases.

“Constellation” combines elements of science fiction and thriller genres, offering a thrilling and suspenseful viewing experience. With its talented cast and compelling storyline, the series has the potential to captivate audiences and keep them on the edge of their seats.