Halo: Renewed For Second Season At Paramount+

It was revealed today at the ViacomCBS presentation that the series adaptation of the video game franchise Halo has been renewed for a second season.


Halo is set in the 26th Century, where humanity and an alien threat known as the Covenant are at war, told primarily through the eyes of Master Chief. Halo will weave deeply drawn personal stories with action, adventure and a richly imagined vision of the future.


Tanya Giles, Chief Programming Officer at Paramount+, said:

Halo is an expansive, world-building opportunity for Paramount+, and we’re thrilled to give fans a second season to look forward to before we launch the series next month. Halo will deliver a thrill-ride for fans of the game and non-gamers alike, as it ties together stunning visuals with a deeper look at the personal stories behind these iconic characters, all set within an epic battle for the future of humanity.


David Nevins, Chief Content Officer of Scripted Originals at Paramount+, and Chairman and Chief Executive Officer at Showtime Networks, added:

Halo takes us into a dazzling world that we believe will enthral audiences as much with its electrifying visuals as its bold, character-driven storytelling. This second-season pickup reflects the confidence we have in the power of this epic series to attract and engage viewers. Halo has been a great collaboration with Amblin and 343 Industries, and we are all grateful for the opportunity to continue it.


It was also confirmed that David Wiener will be the showrunner for the second season, taking over the reins from season one co-showrunners Kyle Killen and Steven Kane.


The first season stars Pablo SchreiberYerin HaNatascha McElhoneBokeem WoodbineShabana AzmiBentley KaluNatasha CulzacKate KennedyDanny SapaniOlive GrayCharlie Murphy and Jen Taylor.


Halo will premiere on Paramount+ on the 24th March 2022.


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