The ending of Altered Carbon explained
Altered Carbon is an explicit, flesh-revealing, and surprisingly philosophical exploration of a world where immortality is a commodity and consciousness is easily transferable. In Netflix's high-budget cyberpunk noir, TV has never looked so eye-wateringly, HD-validating beautiful.
But there's much more than good looks to Laeta Kalogridis' adaptation of Richard K. Morgan's novel. Such is the rich complexity of Bay City (formerly San Francisco) in 2384, you'll need a glossary and careful reflection to make sense of the show's intricate, jargon-filled plot.
What's the result of Resolution 653? Are the murdered spun up regardless of Neo-C coding? Where's Quell's DHF stored? Has Reileen RD'ed? Get the glossary … it's time to explain the ending of Altered Carbon.
Warning: heavy spoilers for the entire season ahead. Naturally.