Halo TV Show Poster Reveals Trailer Release Date

Steven Spielberg‘s Amblin Television has released a new poster for Halo, setting a date for the next big trailer for the series. While we already got a first look at the series at the last Game Awards ceremony, the new trailer could set a release date for the highly anticipated video game adaptation.

Like the game series of the same name, the Halo The series is set in the 26th century, when humanity is embroiled in an intergalactic war against an alien threat known as the Covenant. To win the war, the brilliant scientist Dr. Halsey (Natascha McElhone) created the Spartans, genetically and technologically enhanced super-soldiers to enhance their physical and mental abilities. The series follows the story of Master Chief Spartan John-117 (Pablo Schreiber), the commander of a Spartan unit.

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The new poster, published by Amblin on Twitter, gives us a close-up of the Master Chief’s armor, mage-accurate, while also telling us that the new trailer “lands this Sunday during the AFC Championship halftime.” Considering that Paramount+ had already announced that the series would arrive exclusively on the streaming platform in early 2022, it is highly likely that the new trailer will also set a definitive release date for Halo. And it was time!


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Picture via Paramount+

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While Halo is one of Microsoft’s most popular game franchises, it took nearly a decade for the show to become a reality. the Halo The series was originally announced in 2013 as part of Xbox’s push to produce multimedia content. Sadly, Xbox Entertainment Studios shut down in 2014, resulting in the series being picked up by Showtime. It would take Showtime four years to greenlight the expensive 10-episode first season of Halo in 2018. However, that wasn’t the end of Master Chief’s long journey to television, as the show was barely halfway through production when the pandemic caused another delay. Early 2021, Halo changed hands again, as the series was traded to Paramount+.


HaloThe cast of also includes Jen Taylor, Shabana Azmi, Natacha Culzac, olive gray, Yerin Ha, Bentley Kalu, kate kennedy, Charlie Murphy, Danny Sapaniand Bokeem Woodbine. Daryl Frank, justin falveyand executive product of Spielberg Halo for Amblin Television alongside Steven Kanedirector Otto Bathurst and Toby Leslie for One Big Picture, and Kyle Killen and Scott Pennington for chapter eleven. Kiki Wolfkill, Frank O’Connorand Bonnie Ross serve as executive producers for 343 Industries.

The new Halo trailer will be released this Sunday, January 30. Hopefully it will also come with a nice release date. Check out the new poster below.


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