Amazon’s Fallout TV series will start streaming in 2024

The Fallout TV series will start airing in April 2024

Prime Video has announced the release date of their upcoming Fallout TV series. The series is a post-apocalyptic drama that is based on the Fallout video game franchise from Bethesda. The series’ first episode, “The End” will premiere on April 12th 2024. The TV series is set to become part of the official Fallout video game canon.

Fallout is based on the envisioned future of 1940s America, a world filled with Nuclear powered cars and crazy technologies. This nuclear-powered world inevitably resulted in a nuclear war. This war turned the world into a scarred wasteland filled with mutated monsters. Fallout takes place in a post-apocalyptic world that’s sprinkled with a dash of 40s-style atomic fantasy.

It is probable that episode 1, “The End”, will cover the start of the Fallout universe’s Great War. This war is what turned the world into an irradiated wasteland. The series prominently features Vault 33. This is one of the large nuclear bunker complexes that protected citizens from the immediate aftermath of the universe’s nuclear Armageddon.

Amazon’s Fallout TV series will be based in a post-apocalyptic version of Los Angeles. Currently, it is unknown how many episodes the series will have. Leading the creation of the TV series are Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy. This duo formerly worked on the hit TV series Westworld.

Video Game Adaptations are currently very popular

Video game adaptations are proving to be incredibly popular at the moment. HBO’s The Last of Us, and the Super Mario Movie have both proven to be huge successes. Netflix has also seen a lot of success with their The Witcher adaptation. That said, there have been some unsuccessful adaptations, like Netflix’s Resident Evil series.

Amazon’s Fallout TV series is now six months away. That means we can expect to see new marketing materials, and possibly a trailer soon.

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