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Live-Action Halo TV Series Teaser Trailer Released Ahead of The Game Awards

Live-Action Halo TV Series Teaser Trailer Released Ahead of The Game Awards - News

by William D'Angelo , posted on 07 December 2021 / 858 Views

A new teaser trailer for the upcoming live-action Halo TV series was released via Twitter ahead of the release of the full trailer that will be shown during The Game Awards 2021 this Thursday, December 9 at 5:00 pm PT / 8:00 pm ET.

This is the second teaser trailer with the first one featuring a close-up of an unclothed Master Chief putting on his Mjolnir armor. It is followed up by Cortana saying, "Hello, Master Chief."

The Halo TV series will premiere on Paramount+ in 2022.

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pitzy272 (on 08 December 2021)

If this is a paramount+ exclusive, I feel like that’s a mistake. PP and Peacock are the only services I feel like people don’t think of as must-haves. I don’t have any hard numbers, but PP has seemed like the least popular of all the services, so not as many eyes will be on this. If it was on a service I own (Netflix, HBO Max, Apple TV+, Disney +, Hulu, Amazon video), then I would watch this if it got strong reviews, but otherwise, I can’t get another sub.

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EpicRandy (on 08 December 2021)

Paramount + subscription included with gamepass (ultimate?) incoming?

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scrapking EpicRandy (on 09 December 2021)

At a minimum, I'd expect a Game Pass perk for Paramount+.

Though I'm in Canada, so I'm curious how this will be distributed. Perhaps we'll have the option to purchase the series through the Microsoft Films & TV service (which is what it's called in Canada...
I think it's called Microsoft Movies and TV in the U.S.)

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scrapking (on 08 December 2021)

Production values look WAAAY higher than previous live-action Halo projects, so that's a good starting point IMO.

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Azzanation scrapking (on 08 December 2021)

I was worried about the production value spent on this series, but it looks like they have put some real effort and dollars behind this.

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scrapking Azzanation (on 09 December 2021)

Wow, how crazy that merely pointing out the seemingly obvious truth that the production values are much higher than previous Halo live action projects got you and me downvoted. Sheesh. :P

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