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Live-action television adaptation of the video game Halo, Halo: The Series. Executive producers Steven Spielberg and Kyle Killen collaborated with Rupert Wyatt to bring Halo to life on screen. On Paramount+, you may watch Halo every week. A second season is currently under pre-production and will premiere on March 24th, 2022, following the premiere of Season One.
A military science fiction television series based partly on the Halo video game franchise has been produced by Kyle Killen and Steven Kane for Paramount+.
Produced by Showtime, 343 Industries, Amblin Television and One Big Picture, the series portrays a conflict between the United Nations Space Command and a theocratic-military alliance of numerous advanced extraterrestrial cultures whose goal is to wipe out the human race in the year 2625.
Master Chief Petty Officer John-117 (Pablo Schreiber) and Cortana (Jen Taylor) are joined by Shabana Azmi, Natasha Culzac, Olive Gray, Yerin Ha, Bentley Kalu, Kate Kennedy, Charlie Murphy, Danny Sapani, Bokeem Woodbine, and Natascha McElhone in the film adaptation.
Halo TV series development started in 2013. A nine-episode deal for Paramount+ was announced shortly after Killen was hired in June of last year. Post-production for the first five episodes of the season was hampered by the COVID-19 epidemic that broke out in Ontario, Canada, in October of 2019. In February 2021, filming commenced in Budapest, Hungary.
A sequel to Halo is on the way “The Covenant, an alien threat from the future, waged an epic 26th-century war of attrition against humanity. Halo will interweave intensely personal narratives with action and adventure, as well as a futuristic setting that’s been meticulously created.”
According to executive producer Kiki Wolfkill, the series is a stand-alone story that takes place in its own “Silver Timeline” and that is based on the Halo video game brand rather than a continuation of the series or an adaptation or prequel.