Halo TV Series Confirmed To Be Back In Production

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There have been multiple attempts at bringing Halo into a live-action production, but very few have actually made it to be a fully released project. Back in 2013, Steven Spielberg was attached to a live-action adaption of the franchise, it was eventually canceled. It was later picked up and dropped multiple times over the years, though with the current pandemic various projects were canceled or delayed, including the Halo TV series. This latest attempt doesn’t seem to be done yet, and though it was delayed for some time, it seems that the show is ready to continue moving forward to a hopeful release.

A recent post from Pablo Schreiber reveals that the production team is now back in action in their most recent attempt to bring the Halo franchise to television. On top of the announcement, the actor also shared a photo featuring the bottom half of the iconic Mjolnir helmet worn by the Master Chief himself, John-117. The TV series is being headed up by Showrunners Kyle Killen who worked on Awake and Steven Kane of The Last Ship fame. The show is currently filming in Budapest, Hungary and is expected to air its premiere sometime next year though no official date has been set for when the show will air.

 

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We’re baaaack!!! On set for @sho_halo. Let’s finish this fight! #MakingMasterChief #John117 #Halo

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The Halo TV series has been on quite a bit of a bumpy road to becoming a reality but with any luck, the current project will make it to the small screen as intended. Fans have been treated to small introductions to particular characters through a live-action show format such as Forward Unto Dawn that gave fans a glimpse at a young Thomas Lasky from Halo 4 while Jameson Locke was brought to life in Halo Nightfall before his appearance in Halo 5: Guardians.

Who are you hoping to see make an appearance in the upcoming show? John-117 himself, the Covenant, Cortana, the Halo ring itself, or something else entirely? Let us know your thoughts on the upcoming Halo TV series and more in the comments section below. As always, don’t forget to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter for 24/7 coverage of all things gaming and entertainment.

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