Halo TV series gets a second season, even before the first season starts

Kevin Okemwa

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It is now official, the Halo TV series will be getting a second season. This does not come as a surprise as there were earlier indications that something was cooking. But now Paramount Plus has gone ahead to set the record straight in an announcement, clearing the air, even before Season one, set to launch in a number of markets on March 24th, gets underway.

The announcement also highlighted that David Wiener will be joining the team as the executive producer, taking over from Steve Kane. 343 industries further indicated that season one was just a taste of what they have in store for their fans. Season one of the Sci-fi series features Pablo Schreiber as the main character playing the Master Chief Spartan-117, Natascha McElhone as Dr. Halsey, and Jen Taylor as Cortana.

Paramount+ has so far released two trailers for the new show, the second one, below, dropping on January 30th:

The confirmation of the second season of the Sci-fi TV series even before the official release of the first season goes to show the commitment and dedication have put in to ensure the continuity of the show.