Amazon Prime’s Fallout Series Premier Date Has Finally Been Revealed!

MOVIE NEWS – We still haven’t got an official trailer, but the Fallout series promotion is moving forward. Now we know when we’ll have to turn on the (vacuum tube) TV to watch it.



In the Fallout universe, 23 October holds special significance. It was the day the Great War began and ended with the deployment of the superpowers’ nuclear arsenal. Bethesda celebrates this date every year. This time, Prime Video used the occasion to announce when we can see the TV series based on the video game!

Via a short video without footage of the series – which we’ll have to wait a few weeks for – Amazon has confirmed that Fallout 2024 will be available on Prime Video from 12 April.

It is not yet known if the premiere will be available with multiple episodes from day one, as was the case with Gen V. Or will it be released straight to one episode per week from day one.

The announcement was made via the video game’s classic Pip-Boy, and as we said, no more analysable material is included for now. A short press release was shared with several US media outlets, talking about Fallout as an original story set in a post-apocalyptic version of Los Angeles. The series will be considered canonical within Bethesda’s role-playing saga.

The story, starring Walton Goggins, is set in the post-apocalyptic wasteland of 2077. Citizens must live in underground bunkers to protect themselves from radiation, mutants and bandits after nuclear annihilation.

If everything is true, the plot begins in Vault-Tec Shelter 33, one of the most prominent locations in video games…

Ella Purnell, Kyle MacLachlan, Xelia Mendes-Jones and Aaron Moten will also star. Moises Arias, Johnny Pemberton, Aixa Kendrick, Leer Leary, Dave Register and Rodrigo Luzzi also star in the production, directed by Geneva Robertson-Dworet and Graham Wagner. Geneva Robertson-Dworet and Graham Wagner wrote the script. Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy of Westworld fame are executive producing.

This is just one of several video game film and television adaptations currently in the pipeline. From what we’ve seen so far, we can only hope that the product will be worthy of such a beloved IP.

Source: The Verge

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