Halo TV show images leak leaks leaked Paramount+ television series

Ten blurry images supposedly taken from a 69-second teaser for the upcoming Halo TV show have leaked online via Reddit. The show, which is currently slated to release on Paramount+ sometime in 2022, has long been in development but actually got underway earlier this year after shifting away from Showtime.

The images are of pretty low quality and if no one said they were from the Halo show, you’d probably just assume they were from a trailer for the upcoming game. Most of the pictures are either of large spaces or Master Chief, and all of those look like they were done with CGI. The only one that looks entirely live-action is a shot of an alien. This could be, of course, because the images are so crummy, but it could also be because they’re fake. However, Microsoft does have its big E3 showcase with Bethesda coming Sunday, so there is a reason for a trailer to have been put together.

The show is being produced by Showtime, 343 Industries, and Steven Spielberg’s Amblin Television, and Paramount+ is hoping it’s going to be another sci-fi winner for it alongside its plethora of Star Trek offerings. Pablo Schreiber is set to play Master Chief, and Jen Taylor will reprise her role as the AI Cortana. The show also stars Shabana Azmi as Admiral Margaret Parangosky, Bokeem Woodbine as Soren-066, David Sapani as Captain Jacob Keyes, Olive Gray as Dr. Miranda Keyes, and Charlie Murphy as Makee. We don’t know much about the series’s plot though.

The Halo TV show does not have a premiere date yet. Check out the rest of the alleged Halo TV show images below.

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Matthew Razak
Matthew Razak is a film critic with more than a decade of experience reviewing and talking about movies, TV shows, and videogames. He runs the website Flixist.com and will talk your ear off about James Bond movies, Doctor Who, Zelda, and Star Trek.

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