NBC’s new sci-fi series Debris marks a return to TV for former Fringe executive producer J.H Wyman.
The series will premiere Monday, March 1st on NBC.
Debris stars Jonathan Tucker (Kingdom) as Bryan Beneventi, a CIA agent and Riann Steele (The Magicians) as Finola Jones, a MI6 operative.
Watch the teaser below:
Here’s the shows synopsis:
“When mysterious wreckage starts falling from the sky, a secretive international agency is tasked with figuring out what it is, where it came from, and most importantly, what it can do. British agent Finola Jones and American agent Bryan Beneventi are partners who have very different styles — she’s warm, intuitive and detail-oriented, and he’s charming, confident and guarded. However, they have no choice but to trust each other as they track down the hundreds of pieces of debris scattered across the Western Hemisphere. Each fragment has an unpredictable, powerful effect on the everyday people who find it, changing their lives in unexpected and often dangerous ways. Every discovery is also a race against time, because shadowy outside forces want these powerful objects for their own nefarious purposes. Together, Finola and Bryan will uncover a new mystery, and the truth unfolds piece by piece.”
Fringe is undoubtedly one of the best sci-fi series in the last two decades, so I’ll be checking Debris when it hits screens in the UK. I love to go down the UFO rabbit hole and since Project Blue Book has been cancelled I’ve been looking for my next extraterrestrial show.
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