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The Halo series renewed for a second season before the premiere of the first, confirming its new showrunner

At the ViacomCBS Investor Day presentation, Paramount+ announced that Halo, a live-action series based on the video game franchise, has been renewed for a second season before the first one opens on March 24.

What’s more, David Wiener (Brave New World) will join the second season as showrunner and executive producer., taking over from Steven Kane and Kyle Killen. Both showrunners were expected to leave after the first season.

Halo stars Pablo Schreiber as Master Chief and Natascha McElhone as Dr. Halsey, creator of the Sparta supersoldier program. Jen Taylor, who voices the artificial intelligence program Cortana in the games, will reprise her role in the live-action series.

Like the games Halo will cover a war between humanity and a religious alien race known as the Covenant.. However, the television series will not follow the canon established by the video games, and will instead draw its own “Halo Silver Timeline” as a way of protecting the games from changes in television history.

Halo is a world-building and expansion opportunity for Paramount+, and we’re thrilled to bring fans a second season before launching the series next month.” comments Paramount+ Programming Director Tanya Giles. “Halo will deliver an exciting journey for fans of the game and non-fans alike, marrying stunning visuals with a deeper look into the personal stories behind these iconic characters.

There will be news from the Halo series at our IGN Fan Fest 2022, which will be held this Saturday, February 19, starting at 8:00 p.m. (Spanish time).

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