The first footage from the show is finally seeing light. It's been a revolving time since the start of a TV series for the last ten years.
Paramount+ has released a brief teaser for the long-awaited series. The teaser shows a scarred back character, and the character licking familiar gears from behind - with a female voice calling Master.
The cast includes Natascha McElhone, Jen Taylor, Bokeem Woodbine, Shabana Azmi, Natasha Culzac, Olive Gray, Yerin Ha, Bentley Kalu, Kate Kennedy, Charlie Murphy and Danny Sapani.
The series was unveiled in 2014, when Xbox Entertainment Studios neared an agreement to develop the show, and now a planned 2022 release date. It is currently being run on Showtime and 343 Industries and Amblin Entertainment and is expected to take a long turn to its planned release. It was announced in 2014, when the company announced a new production in 2014, before a first launch of the show and the first production of the series in 2014, as well as the introduction of consoles for the game console.
Upon completion of the show, Kyle Killen (Awake, Lone Star) announced his sleeve to show in 2018, with a pair of Tyi (The Planet of the Apes) and a series of episodes with a group of songwriters attached to the recurring showrunner, and some whose own series was directed by several executives.
During March 2019, Steven Kane (The Last Ship, The Closer) stepped in as co-showrunner; while Killen supervised production in the U.S. (Killen asked for a co-showrunner).
Killen and Kane have both since exited the show: Killen departed silently in 2019, while Kane parted ways after wrapping production.
In February of this year, ViacomCBS moved Halo to Paramount+, just before the streamers rebranding and expansion of the former CBS All Access. Its going to premiere in 2022.
Watch a teaser below.