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You read that right. 343 are really getting on with things, and we're finally hearing more about the long-awaited Halo TV Series.
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The Halo TV Series will focus on Master Chief

Showtime Halo Halo TV Halo TV Series Master Chief News

You read that right. 343 are really getting on with things, and we're finally hearing more about the long-awaited Halo TV Series.

Took a while, but we've got some more news on the TV series.

Announced in 2013, it got everyone hyped, however 2018 is the year all the dead hype resurrects. Here's what we have:

  • 2020 premiere, early 2019 production: 2018's coming to an end, believe it or not, and as each day passes we're getting closer to the next year. Spielberg's series will begin production soon, and we'll see the first episode sometime in 2020, if all goes to plan.
  • 10 Episodes for the first Season: I think this is a fair choice, 10 good-length episodes. A lot can be packed in, whilst keeping it all relevant. If the show isn't going so well (which I doubt), they'll be able to end it soon as well.
  • Master Chief will be "a lead character": "a", so he may not be the only primary focus, but it's likely he will be. There were many theories before about what this could be about. Harvest, Reach, post-Human-Covenant War. Now we have a better idea of who will be involved, with John-117 taking centre stage.
We'll have a few other big names working on the series, such as writers Rupert Wyatt and Kyle Killen. One of the best parts is that Showtime's CEO David Nevins has said the series is "futuristic, space-based science-fiction, it's not fantasy". I feel that they're working hard to make sure this series sticks to Halo's roots.

Are you all looking forward to the Halo TV Series? Share your thoughts down below.


Sources:
http://www.ign.com/articles/2018/08/06/showtime-halo-tv-series-master-chief-lead-character
https://screenrant.com/halo-tv-show-story-games-premiere-date-2020/


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