Update (1/30/22) – The official trailer for the Halo TV series has been released ahead of its March 24, 2022, premiere date on Paramount+.
In the trailer, which you can see below, we catch a glimpse of not only Pablo Schreiber’s Master Chief, but also our best look yet at the show’s version of Jen Taylor’s Cortana. Additionally, we see many of the Covenant enemies Chief and friends will be facing off against, including the Elites (Sangheili), Brutes (Jiralhanae), Jackals (Kig-Yar), and more.
Fans of the series will also notice an Energy Sword, what appears to be a Plasma Pistol, a Warthog, a Pelican, and more.
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Ahead of the reveal of its official trailer, the Halo TV series has been given a premiere date of March 24, 2022.
The announcement came as part of a teaser for the trailer that will air during the AFC Championship Game that will see the Cincinnati Bengals facing off against the Kansas City Chiefs for a chance to go to the Super Bowl.
— Halo on Paramount+ (@HaloTheSeries) January 30, 2022
The premiere date can be heard around 0:53 and follows footage of both Master Chief and his fellow Spartans alongside clips of Chiefs and Bengals players.
Our first look at the Halo TV series was given at the Game Awards 2021, and we saw for the first time Pablo Schreiber’s Master Chief in action. This show has been in development for some time now, but we only have a short time to wait to see its story unfold.
Speaking of which, the show’s story will be separate from the games’ canon. Despite that Jen Taylor will make the jump from games to the TV screen to once again voice the AI known as Cortana. Schreiber and Taylor will be joined by Danny Sapani’s Jacob Keyes, Olive Gray’s Miranda Keyes, Charlie Murphy’s Makee, Yerin Ha’s Quan Ah, Natascha McElhone’s Catherine Halsey, Bokeem Woodbine’s Soren-066, and more.
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