Halo TV series: release date, cast and everything we know about the series

Although the Halo TV series began development back in 2015, the Master Chief’s journey to a slightly different type of screen wasn’t easy. The sci-fi series was originally slated for a Showtime release, but Paramount+ has dominated since then, produced by Steven Spielberg’s Amblin Television.

Other than these and some casting details, we don’t know much right now. A trailer was released last year at The Game Awards, and while it does include some iconic elements like the somewhat odd-looking Thunderhawk, High Charity, and the Chief himself, it doesn’t reveal anything other than the series is likely Too much information about the plot is set around the events of the first three games.

It also looks like the series might delve into John’s backstory and time in the Spartan training program as a kid, though we won’t know until it’s released sometime this year, or when more details arrive. Still, here’s everything we know about the Halo TV series so far, including the cast, leaked images, and production details.

When is the release date of the Halo TV series?

Showtime initially said the show was expected to air in the first quarter of 2021. As with many things in 2020, the production of Showtime’s Halo series has been thwarted by the Covid-19 pandemic.is now set to Q1 2022 Debuted on Paramount+.

Here’s a trailer for the Halo TV series from The Game Awards