According to the Chief Content Officer of Scripted Originals at Paramount+, David Nevins, the company is looking to turn Halo into a mega-franchise.
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Nevins confirmed that Paramount is already looking at ways to expand Halo content. "There are a lot of different ways you can go," he explained. "It is also enormously franchisable." He added, "There are so many different games. It has got so many different directions. Yes, [we are] starting to think about that as a franchise."
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Video game lore is, more often than not, a healthy blend of fun and overwhelming. And for a series like “Halo,” which has yielded 16 games over 20 years in addition to a healthy glut of spin-offs, this is double – maybe triple – the case.
With the highly-anticipated Halo TV series premiering on Paramount+ on March 24, it is now more important than ever to familiarize yourself with the mythology of the games – or at least brush up on it. And if that sounds like an impossible task, don’t worry – we’ve got you covered!
Here’s everything you need to know about the “Halo” universe ahead of watching the show.
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