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The live-action Halo TV show looks extremely expensive in the latest trailer

After a short teaser last month, Paramount Plus released the first full trailer for the upcoming live-action Halo TV series during the 2021 Game Awards, ahead of the show’s streaming debut in 2022.

Halo will Pablo Schreiber (american gods) as the armored super soldier, while Jen Taylor will reprise her role from the games as Master Chief’s AI companion, Cortana.

The trailer still doesn’t give too much of an idea of ​​what to expect from the show, which Paramount says “will take place in the universe” as the Halo games and watch humanity take on the Covenant’s alien forces. But it is still not clear whether Halo will try to adapt the games directly or tell its own story within the world of the franchise. The trailer itself mainly focuses on a few quick shots of Halo‘s cast, including Natascha McElhone as Dr. Catherine Halsey, creator of both Cortana and the Spartan supersolider program.

Halo was first announced in 2018 and originally aired on Showtime. But after production was delayed following the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, the series was shifted to streaming exclusive on the recently relaunched Paramount Plus streaming service, where the popular franchise could help attract new subscribers.

Halo will debut on Paramount Plus in 2022, although there is still no precise release date.

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