Debris Season 2: Release Date, Cast, And Everything We Know Far

The science fiction TV show Debris was made by J.H. Wyman and airs on NBC. The show is mostly about something made up that happens in the show. Six months ago, pieces of a spaceship have been falling to Earth. People have noticed that strange things happen whenever they come in contact with this debris. So, to find out more about what’s going on, an international task force is put together to look into it. So, the job of finding them is given to two new partners, CIA agent Bryan Beneventi and MI6 agent Finola Jones. But as time goes on, Bryan and Finola figure out that they aren’t the only ones looking for the debris. Now that Season 1 of the show is over, let’s look at when Season 2 will come out and how likely it is to be renewed.

During the first season, we also find out that Finola’s father, who was thought to be dead, was still alive. He has even joined the task force to assist them to find out what happened. Most likely, the second season will dig deeper into the mystery of the debris. They can kill people and could be dangerous to the whole universe if they get into the hands of the wrong people. We might also find out a lot more about the spaceship from which the pieces came. We could even find out about the history of the celestial body. Also, the next season may have more to do with politics. Some countries that are close to the debris may start to feel its effects of it. The entire thing and much more should happen in Season 2 of Debris.

Debris Season 2 Renewal Status

Debris has not been picked up for a second season by NBC yet. The size of season 1 and the good reviews it got make it likely that there will be more episodes. By early summer 2021, NBC will probably give the green light to Debris season 2.

Debris Season 2 Cast


  • Jonathan Tucker as Bryan Beneventi
  • Riann Steele as Finola Jones
  • Norbert Leo Butz as Craig Maddox
  • Scroobius Pip as Anson Ash


  • Anjali Jay as Priya Ferris
  • Gabrielle Ryan as Dee Dee
  • Sebastian Roché as Brill
  • Thomas Cadrot as Tom
  • Andrea Stefancikova as Irina
  • Tyrone Benskin as George Jones
  • Armin Karame as Brandt
  • Jennifer Copping as Julia Maddox
  • Christian Rose as Dario Maddox
  • Ben Cotton as Loeb

Debris Season 2 Plot

The season 1 finale of Debris has a lot going on, which might make it hard to tell what the next episodes will be about. The most important thing to learn is that George lied to Fiona and Bryan about what he wanted to do. He says that he worked with the terrorist group INFLUX, and he thinks that the debris will help human intelligence get better.

It’s not clear if INFLUX member Otto (John Noble), who seems to know something about the alien telesphere that landed in Sedona, Arizona, where Brill (Sebastian Roché) and Native American Dakheya Nakai are planning to make a copy of Fiona, is trying to control George.

In season 2 of Debris, Bryan will have to face many physical and mental challenges after George betrays him. After an “event,” the bad side effects of the injections he’s been getting start to show. His boss, Maddox, is likely to assist him in some way. He tricked a Russian friend into using the alien technology in the debris in a way that could help his son’s health.

George sees a mysterious black figure that makes him think he might not be in good mental health. This will be addressed in Debris season 2, for sure. The clone storyline will make Fiona’s character arc harder as the season 2 hero. In the first season of the science fiction show, the main characters and what they want to do are set up. So, season 2 of Debris will focus on what the alien life form is trying to do and how its telesphere works.

Debris Season 2 Release Date

MBC will order the pilot episode of the show in January 2020. It was the first new show that NBC picked up for the 2020–21 season. The pilot episode was shot before the pandemic, so NBC gave it the green light on June 29, 2020. The rest of the episodes couldn’t be made because of the restrictions, so the team had to shoot them in Vancouver from November 2020 to April 2021, after the restrictions were lifted.

The first episode of the series aired on March 1, 2021, and media outlets in France and Japan picked it to be shown in their countries. It was announced in May 2021 that the television series would end after only one season.


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