Halo Season 2 is now in production. After the first season of the video game adaptation premiered on Paramount+ in March, it was an instant hit, attracting sky-high viewership to set the record with the most-watched series premiere in TV history. streaming platform. Overall, season 1 was the second most-watched original series on Paramount+, behind only the hit western series. 1883.
Paramount+ executives were expecting a good result, because Halo had already been renewed for season 2 before the premiere of the first season. Wednesday the show is Official Twitter posted an image of the cast on set in Iceland for their first day of filming for Season 2. You can view the post below.
The tweet read: “The Spartans have landed in Iceland! Production on #HaloTheSeries Season 2 begins now. »
The cast of Halo features Pablo Schreiber in the lead role as Master Chief Petty Officer John-117, aka simply Master Chief, the original video game’s playable protagonist. The series also stars Natascha McElhone, Jen Taylor, Bokeem Woodbine, Shabana Azmi, Natasha Culzac, Olive Grey, Yerin Ha, Bentley Kalu, Kate Kennedy, Charlie Murphy and Danny Sapani. Tylan Bailey and Fiona O’Shaungessy become series regulars after recurring in Season 1.
Halo is getting new cast members for season 2
Meanwhile, per Deadline, it was also revealed that new cast members have joined the cast of Halo for its second season. Joseph Morgan (The originals) and Cristina Rodlo (no one comes out alive). Morgan plays James Ackerson, a “tremendous intelligence officer who has spent his career working his way up the ranks of the UNSC’s secretive Office of Naval Intelligence.” Talia Perez de Rodlo is “a linguistics corporal for a UNSC Marine Corp communications unit and a relatively new recruit who has yet to see real combat.”
Halo season 2 is produced by showrunner David Wiener, Steven Spielberg, Darryl Frank and Justin Falvey for Amblin Television, as well as Kiki Wolfkill, Frank O’Connor and Bonnie Ross of 343 Industries and Otto Bathurst and Toby Leslie for One Big Picture. Showtime produces the series in association with Amblin TV and 343 Industries.
The first season of Halo is streaming on Paramount+. Season 2 does not yet have an air date.