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NEWS X MUSE Manny Gomez spoke with actors James D’Arcy and Will Catlett. They star in the new Apple TV+ conspiracy-based psychological thriller series, “Constellation”. It will premiere with three episodes on their streaming service on Wednesday, February 21.

During our conversation about “Constellation”, we talked about what audiences can expect in the series and how it can inspire audiences to look at themselves and they way they communicate with others. They share a little bit about their characters and give their thoughts on the series lead Noomi Rapace. Its a great conversation that you can check out above!

Here is more information on “Constellation” provided by Apple TV+:

Starring Noomi Rapace (“The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo,” “You Won’t Be Alone,” “Lamb,” “What Happened to Monday?”) and Emmy Award nominee Jonathan Banks (“Breaking Bad,” “Better Call Saul”), the upcoming eight-part conspiracy-based psychological thriller drama series, “Constellation,” will premiere globally on Wednesday, February 21, 2024 with the first three episodes, followed by one episode weekly, every Wednesday through March 27 on Apple TV+.

Created and written by Peter Harness (“Wallander,” “The War of the Worlds,” “Doctor Who”), “Constellation” stars Rapace as Jo – an astronaut who returns to Earth after a disaster in space – only to discover that key pieces of her life seem to be missing. The action-packed space adventure is an exploration of the dark edges of human psychology, and one woman’s desperate quest to expose the truth about the hidden history of space travel and recover all that she has lost.

The series also stars James D’Arcy (“Agent Carter,” “Oppenheimer”), Julian Looman (“Emily in Paris,” The Mallorca Files”), Will Catlett (“A Thousand and One,” “The Devil You Know”), Barbara Sukowa (“Voyager,” “Hannah Arendt”), and introduces Rosie and Davina Coleman as Alice. The series is directed by Emmy Award winner Michelle MacLaren (“Shining Girls,” “The Morning Show,” “Breaking Bad”), Oscar nominee Oliver Hirschbiegel (“Downfall,” “The Experiment”) and Oscar nominee Joseph Cedar (“Footnote,” “Our Boys”).