Based on the same-named video game brand, Halo is an American military science fiction television series created by Kyle Killen and Steven Kane for the streaming platform Paramount+. The television show, which was made by Showtime Networks, 343 Industries, Amblin Television, One Big Picture, and Chapter Eleven, centres on a conflict between the Covenant, a theocratic-military alliance of several highly developed alien races, and the United Nations Space Command in the year 26. The Covenant’s goal is to annihilate humanity.
Halo Total Episode List, First Aired, Run Time, and Cast
|S01E01||Contact||March 24, 2022Paramount+||59|
|S01E02||Unbound||March 31, 2022Paramount+||54|
|S01E03||Emergence||April 7, 2022Paramount+||55|
|S01E04||Homecoming||April 14, 2022Paramount+||55|
|S01E05||Reckoning||April 21, 2022Paramount+||40|
|S01E06||Solace||April 28, 2022Paramount+||49|
|S01E07||Inheritance||May 5, 2022Paramount+||51|
|S01E08||Allegiance||May 12, 2022Paramount+||48|
|S01E09||Transcendence (season finale)||May 19, 2022Paramount+||48|
- Pablo Schreiber as Master Chief
- Natascha McElhone as Dr. Catherine Elizabeth Halsey
- Yerin Ha as Kwan Ha Boo
- Charlie Murphy as Makee
- Shabana Azmi as Admiral Margaret Parangosky
- Bokeem Woodbine as Soren-066
- Olive Gray as Miranda Keyes
- Kate Kennedy as Kai-125
- Natasha as Culzac Riz-028
- Bentley Kalu as Vannak-134
- Danny Sapani as Captain Jacob Keyes
Has Halo TV only had nine episodes?
Got it! I wanted to think back on the first season of Paramount Plus’ Halo TV programme now that all nine of its episodes have passed, especially since the season’s conclusion has brought everything together.
Will the Halo series get a second season?
Pablo Schreiber will play Master Chief in Halo Season 2, which has previously been confirmed. On March 22, 2022, Paramount+ released the first episode of the much awaited, all-new Halo television series. The nine-episode season will finish in the middle of May.
Is the TV show about Halo worth watching?
Absolutely. Halo is a successful TV programme, better than its critics imply but never exactly as good as it should be.