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Re-Writing the Halo TV Show

By Ana Escamilla
Published in TV & Movies
May 09, 2023
1 min read
Re-Writing the Halo TV Show

The highly-anticipated TV adaptation of the popular video game franchise Halo has had a little shakeup behind the scenes. Showrunner Steven Kane has recently confirmed that they will be re-writing the script for the show. This is not unusual when it comes to TV series, but it’s interesting to note that the original script was written by Kyle Killen and was green-lit in 2018. Fans have been eagerly awaiting news on the series, but it seems we’ll have to wait a bit longer.

While the exact reasons for the re-write are unconfirmed, Kane has stated that they will be taking a new direction with the show. Kane has hinted at a more character-driven story, comparing it to Game of Thrones. He also expressed a desire to explore the moral complexity of the Halo universe, which centers around a futuristic war between human soldiers and an alien alliance known as the Covenant.

According to insiders, the show has been in the works for years and is an incredibly ambitious project, with a budget of $10 million per episode. With the show’s production scheduled to begin this year, Kane’s comments suggest that the show is still evolving and the re-write could be a good thing in terms of quality.

The Halo franchise has been around since 2001 and has a dedicated fan base. The video games have sold over 70 million units worldwide and have spawned several sequels. While it’s always tough to adapt a popular franchise into a different medium, the success of Netflix’s adaptation of The Witcher has shown that it can be done well.

Re-writing the Halo TV series is an interesting decision and one that shows that the producers are committed to delivering something memorable. It suggests that they are taking their time to make sure the story is compelling and the characters are fully fleshed out. It’s a wise move and one that could pay off in the end. Fans may have to wait a little longer for the series to hit screens, but if it ends up being anything like Game of Thrones or The Witcher then it’ll be worth the wait.

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Ana Escamilla

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