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Halo: The Television Series Season Two

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Poster for Season 2
Poster for Season Two

The second season of Halo: The Television Series was officially announced on February 15, 2022. The series airs on Paramount Plus, and sees David Wiener act as the showrunner.[1][2]

Official summary[edit]

In season two, Master Chief John-117 leads his team of elite Spartans against the alien threat known as the Covenant. In the wake of a shocking event on a desolate planet, John cannot shake the feeling that his war is about to change and risks everything to prove what no one else will believe – that the Covenant are preparing to attack humanity’s greatest stronghold. With the galaxy on the brink, John embarks on a journey to find the key to humankind’s salvation, or its extinction — the Halo.

Halo stars Pablo Schreiber (“American Gods”) as Master Chief, John-117, and Natascha McElhone (“Californication”) as Dr. Halsey, who both serve as producers this season. Additional returning cast members include Jen Taylor (HALO game series, RWBY) as Cortana, Bokeem Woodbine (“Fargo”), Shabana Azmi (“Fire”), Natasha Culzac (“The Witcher”), Olive Gray (“Half Moon Investigations”), Yerin Ha (“Reef Break”), Bentley Kalu (“Avengers: Age of Ultron”), Kate Kennedy (“Catastrophe”), Charlie Murphy (“Peaky Blinders”) and Danny Sapani (“Penny Dreadful”). This season's new cast additions include Joseph Morgan (Vampire Diaries, The Originals) and Cristina Rodlo (No One Gets Out of Here Alive, The Homeless World Cup).

The series takes place in the universe that first debuted in 2001 with the launch of Xbox®’s first “HALO” game. Dramatizing an epic 26th-century conflict between humanity and an alien threat known as the Covenant, Halo the series will weave deeply drawn personal stories with action, adventure and a richly imagined vision of the future.

Halo is produced by SHOWTIME® in association with 343 Industries and Amblin Television. The second season of Halo is executive produced by David Wiener (Brave New World) alongside Steven Spielberg, Darryl Frank, and Justin Falvey for Amblin Television. Kiki Wolfkill serves as executive producer for Xbox/343 Industries, with Otto Bathurst and Toby Leslie for One Big Picture and Gian Paolo Varani.[3]

Episodes[edit]

Episode Image Title Original Airdate Notes[4]
1 Fully-decloaked Instagram thumbnail for the Halo: The Television Series episode "Sanctuary." Sanctuary February 8, 2024 Director: Debs Paterson
2 Fully-decloaked Instagram thumbnail for the Halo: The Television Series episode "Sword." Sword February 8, 2024 Director: Debs Paterson
3 Fully-decloaked Instagram thumbnail for the Halo: The Television Series episode "Visegrád." Visegrád February 15, 2024 Director: Craig Zisk
4 Fully-decloaked Instagram thumbnail for the Halo: The Television Series episode "Reach." Reach February 22, 2024 Director: Craig Zisk
5 Fully-decloaked Instagram thumbnail for the Halo: The Television Series episode "Aleria." Aleria February 29, 2024 Director: Otto Bathurst
6 Fully-decloaked Instagram thumbnail for the Halo: The Television Series episode "Onyx." Onyx March 7, 2024 Director: Otto Bathurst
7 Fully-decloaked Instagram thumbnail for the Halo: The Television Series episode "Thermopylae." Thermopylae March 14, 2024 Director: Dennie Gordon
8 Fully-decloaked Instagram thumbnail for the Halo: The Television Series episode "Halo." Halo March 21, 2024 Director: Dennie Gordon

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