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Halo TV Show’s Breathtaking Full Trailer Finally Reveals Master Chief's Voice

Hannah Smith

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Halo TV Show’s Breathtaking Full Trailer Finally Reveals Master Chief's Voice

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With less than two months to go until its official premiere, the second trailer for the highly anticipated Halo TV series has finally dropped.

Shortly after Paramount+ confirmed that the new series would begin airing on March 24, fans got their best glimpse yet at what awaits them thanks to a new trailer that aired during the NFL's AFC Championship game on Sunday, January 30.

The two-minute clip revealed for the first time what we can expect from Pablo Schreiber's Master Chief, with the character's voice heard for the first time as he speaks with Cortana – an AI assistant played by longtime Halo voice actress Jen Taylor.

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Based on the trailer, fans can expect plenty of action-packed sequences mirroring the iconic video game, as the super soldier battles The Covenant as UNSC commanders pin their hopes on 'humanity's best weapon'.

The clip also features appearances from other well-known characters including Soren-066 (Bokeem Woodbine,) Makee (Charlie Murphy) and Dr. Catherine Halsey, (Natascha McElhone,) whose narration reveals the Master Chief's origins as a solider 'enhanced and trained for one purpose: to win this war'.

'Lethal, upgradable, and most importantly, controllable,' the Master Chief begins to change after discovering a mysterious object searched for by The Covenant, which is later revealed to be part of a Halo – a super-weapon that could help the humans win the war.

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Fans of the game were also quick to spot a number of items from the video games, including an Energy Sword, a Plasma Pistol, a Warthog, and a Pelican.


The Halo TV series is set to finally premier after more than a decade in development, and more than 20 years after the first edition of the game was released on Xbox in 2001.

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Halo: The Series has passed through multiple hands before landing with Paramount+, with Steven Spielberg among the big names attached to the project at some point during its development, MailOnline reports.

The show was initially greenlit by Showtime in 2018, who described it as the network's 'most ambitious series ever', however it's now set to be available to fans exclusively through Paramount's own streaming platform.

Filming for the first season, which consists of nine episodes, took place during 2019, with the air date pushed back as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Topics: Film & TV, Film and TV

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