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‘Halo’ Returns to Paramount+ With A Season 2 Trailer

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Master Chief And The Spartarns Are Returning Winter 2024

The first season of Halo, the Paramount+ adaptation of the beloved video game saga, was released in March 2022 to polarized reviews. Cut to 2 years later – a release date for Season 2 has been officially announced.

Halo Returns To Paramount+ In February

Paramount released a first-look trailer for the upcoming second season of Halo, revealing to audiences worldwide the new release date of February 8, 2024. After the premiere, the following eight episodes will stream every Thursday (one less than Season 1). The official synopsis recites: 

“Master Chief John-117 leads his team of elite Spartans against the alien threat known as the Covenant. As humanity’s best hope for winning the war, John-117 discovers his deep connection to a mysterious alien structure that holds the key to humankind’s salvation, or its destruction — the Halo.” The 90-second trailer sets a more action-focused tone and promises to flesh out the 26th-century setting that made the video games so beloved even more. As the war against the Covenant rages on, fans can expect a thrilling second season.

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Who’s Involved In The Series?

Pablo Schreiber (13 Hours) is returning to the role of Master Chief, the series’ main protagonist. Other major cast members returning from season 1 include Bokeem Woodbine as Soren, Jen Taylor as Cortana, Natascha McElhone as Dr. Catherine Halsey, and Shabana Azmi as Admiral Margaret Parangosky. However, some newcomers have already been announced for Season 2, specifically Joseph Morgan as James Ackerson and Christina Rodlo as Talia Perez. 

343 Industries and Amblin Television are still producing the series, but this time, it has a new showrunner – David Wiener, the Emmy-nominated producer of Fear the Walking Dead, replacing Kyle Killen and Steven Kane. Schreiber and McElhone are also executive producing for the first time.

In anticipation of the second season to drop on Paramount+ on February 8, 2024, make sure to check out the newly released trailer!

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Halo The Series (2024) Paramount+ Season 2 Official Trailer

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