Paramount Plus unveils ‘Halo’ Trailer

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Paramount+ released the trailer to their highly anticipated ‘Halo’ Series yesterday.

‘Halo’ will be based on the video game series of the same name by Xbox Game Studios. A first-person shooter, the game is riddled with non-stop action and has a captivating story making it one of the most recognizable video game franchises of all time.

The live-action series has been in development since 2013. It was initially set to be produced by Xbox Entertainment Studios as an exclusive for Xbox One but has since ceased to exist. In 2018 it was ordered by Showtime, and began filming in October 2019 but was delayed due to the ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic. It was announced last February that it was going to be moving from Showtime to Paramount Plus. You can read more about that here.

What do we know so far?

The amount we know about the show so far is minimal. But now with the trailer being revealed it’s safe to assume that we will be receiving more news as we get closer to the release date.


We know that our main character ‘Master Chief’ is going to be played by Pablo Schreiber. Master Chief is a super-soldier known as a ‘Spartan.’ below is a still of ‘Master Chief’ released by Paramount+

Still of 'Master Chief'
Still of ‘Master Chief’

Natascha McElhone is cast as ‘Dr. Catherine Halsey’ who is the creator of the ‘Spartan’ Program.

In the video games a well known voice is that of the AI ‘Cortana’ voiced by Jen Taylor who will be reprising her role in the live-action series.

Still of 'Cortana'
Still of ‘Cortana’

For a full list of the cast members and more information on the upcoming series feel free to check out the shows official IMDB Page

Trailer and Release Date

The plotline of the live-action series of Halo has been kept under wraps. So most of the information we have about the show itself comes from the newly released trailer and stills released by Paramount + themselves.

I have embed the official trailer below.

Official Trailer for ‘Halo’ by Paramount Plus

The Live-Action Halo Series will be premiering on March 24, 2022 on Paramount Plus.

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