Digital Spy: Netflix confirms the fate of sci-fi space drama Another Life
By Chris Edwards / November 3, 2019
Netflix has confirmed that the Katee Sackhoff-led sci-fi space drama Another Life will return for a second season.
The streaming platform has ordered 10 episodes for the series’ second outing, with production set to begin in Vancouver, Canada in 2020.
Sackhoff confirmed the news herself via Twitter by sharing a clip of every time the word ‘two/to/too’ was used in the first season. Clever.
She wrote: “I have the most exciting news! Another Life is coming back for Season 2 on @Netflix! Can’t wait to see you all back in space.”
Sackoff, who also serves as a producer on the show, stars as astronaut Niko Breckinridge, who leads a crew into space to search for intelligent alien lifeforms, but it soon becomes apparent that they might be on a one-way mission.
In a previous interview with Collider, the actress said that the story could potentially run for three seasons.
“We had the outline of what the show was going be, but I was in the writers’ room and I got to really put what I feel is my fingerprint on the show, which is something that I was really looking forward to,” she said.
“So, we know where the show potentially will go for the first three seasons. As an actor, that was new for me. To really be a part of those conversations and to have an opinion was really cool.”
She added: “I love this character, and I love the cast and the crew, and I want to do everything in my power to see it come back, for many years.”
Another Life season one is available to stream on Netflix.