Debris is the new sci-fi thriller in talk after its recent airing. Fans have now been wondering whether they’ll ever get to witness a second season or not. There is no news regarding its renewal or cancellation as of now. More importantly, the audience response does not always influence a series’ return. For example, The Is Us was renewed for a second as well as a third season even before the finale of the first season aired. Similarly, New Amsterdam, NBC original, had also been renewed for three more seasons by the network even before the finale of its second season.
On the contrary to New Amsterdam which is a medical series, Debris is a critically acclaimed family drama featuring on NBC that premiered on the 1st of March 2021. Indeed, there have been some unprecedented mysteries to which the audience seeks answers as season 1 didn’t cover the premise’s percolation. There definitely should be a season 2, however, we’re just awaiting the renewal announcement as of now.
Debris deals with the aftermath events of alien aircraft that have had unexplained and distinctive effects on humans. Various instances in the show have shown that different individuals behaved differently to the circumstances they were subjected to. One woman was shown dead as she fell off the roof while the other had been levitating to protect her life, floating in the field as her soul leaves her body.
Intelligence agencies have been put to work to seek answers to these catastrophic unexplained events. When it comes to the cast of the show, Bryan Beneventi, a CIA agent, played by Jonathan Tucker is expected to return in the next season, if there is one. Additionally, Riann Steele is also expected to reprise her role as an MI6 agent, Finola Jone in the upcoming episodes.