After a year of silence, Amazon is opening the vault on some details for the upcoming Fallout TV series. In a new report, we’ve learned that the series based on the post-apocalyptic RPG is set to begin production later this year.
Deadline reported the production time and revealed Jonathan Nolan is set to direct the series premiere. Nolan is the co-creator of HBO’s Westworld, which shares some similar dystopian themes with the world of Fallout.
Additionally, Captain Marvel Writer Geneva Robertson-Dworet and Portlandia and Silicon Valley’s Graham Wagner will serve as the series showrunners. There is still no word on the cast or the plot for the Fallout show.
The Fallout TV series was first announced in 2020, with Nolan and Joy attached to the project. We also know that Fallout developers Bethesda Game Studios will be involved with the show, and series director Todd Howard is on board as an executive producer.
Fallout is an RPG video game franchise that takes place in the aftermath of a nuclear war. The franchise started as an isometric RPG series, but Bethesda transformed it into a first-person RPG juggernaut after acquiring the IP in 2007.
Fallout’s unique take on Americana and Bethesda’s bold first-person interpretation of the series has made it one of the most popular and beloved western RPG franchises.
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