Malin Ackerman says her Portion on ‘Soulmates’

Love drives Malin Ackerman on an abnormal way in the new AMC show “Soulmates.”

The roundabout treasury arrangement, debuting Oct. 5 at 10 p.m., is set in a not so distant future in which science has built up a test to authoritatively tell individuals who their perfect partner is.

It hails, suitably enough, from “Dark Mirror” author Will Bridges and was co-composed by Brett Goldstein (“Ted Lasso”).

“It was a truly fascinating idea to me. It’s so layered and it feels somewhat like playing God,” Ackerman, 42, discloses to The Post. “I was so inquisitive to perceive how these characters would be influenced by this test, and what taking it would do to a perhaps incredible relationship that they’re now in — or finding their perfect partner and what that implies.”

In Ackerman’s scene, “Break on Through,” she stars as pained Martha, who meets the similarly lost Kurt (Charlie Heaton, “More unusual Things”) one desolate night.

“Charlie is so sweet, thus dedicated and contributed. I love performing with entertainers who are in it for the correct reasons,” she says. “They simply get into character and do anything for that character. It was freezing cold and it was coming down [during filming], however there were no bad things to say. He just took the plunge since he needed it to be as well as could be expected be, and I truly regard that.”

Martha and Kurt before long become engaged with The Church of Righteous Transition, a baffling gathering that vows to help individuals whose soulmates have passed on.

“For Martha explicitly, she’s simply picking all an inappropriate men thus this open door clearly claims to her, to not need to go into another terrible relationship,” says Ackerman, who analyzes the show’s perfect partner situation to seeing a clairvoyant in reality.

“I’ve generally had an intriguing relationship with mystics — I’m somewhat reluctant on the grounds that I’m upbeat in my life, so I would prefer not to play with that! I don’t need somebody to state something that would take me off course.”

The Swedish-conceived Ackerman lives in LA with spouse, British entertainer Jack Donnelly (“Atlantis”) and is known for an assortment of big-screen blockbusters, for example, “Guards” and “27 Dresses” and shows including “The Comeback” and “Billions.”

Her character in the latte arrangement, Lara Axelrod, is hitched to Bobby Axelrod (Damian Lewis). Their relationship disintegrated, and Lara hasn’t showed up in the fifth season, yet there’s a likelihood that she may return.

“We’ve left it open-finished so we’ll see,” she says. “I’m glad to return. We left off on extraordinary standing and I love everybody there. It just relies upon the storyline and the journalists.

Notwithstanding “Soulmates,” Ackerman additionally stars in two up and coming motion pictures — “Friendsgiving” on Oct. 23 inverse Aisha Tyler and Kat Dennings, and “Chick Fight,” inverse Alec Baldwin, out Nov. 13.

“I created them two, so I’m truly anticipating [their releases],” she says. “I’ve been representing some time now and I love it, yet I do appreciate being in the background and assembling ventures … being essential for the imaginative cycle.”

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