Halo TV series goes into production

by November 9, 2019 0 comments

The Halo TV series has been in works for quite some time now. It was first announced in 2013 and landed into production hell. Things started to look better for the adaptation of the series based on the blockbuster Video Game in 2018, when first of its cast was announced. 

Showtime announced today with a picture of the whole cast that the show has finally gone into production, with table reads complete. Three new cast members and characters were also announced for the Halo TV series, as reported by Variety. 

The first one is Charlie Murphy, who will play an orphaned human named Makee who shares the contempt for the human race with the covenant. Murphy plays Jessie Eden on Peaky Blinders and is also known for her role in Misfits. 

The second new addition is Danny Sapani who will play Captain Jacob Keyes, captain of the Pillar of Autumn in Halo: Combat Evolved. Sapani has appeared in shows such as The Crown and Dr. Who. 

The third addition is Olive Gray Dr. Miranda Keyes who is Jacob Keyes’ daughter. She has appeared in in Home From Home, Eastenders and more. 

The Halo TV Series is slated for debut in 2021. 

Full cast of Halo TV series: 

Pablo Schreiber: Master Chief 

Shabana Azmi: Admiral Margaret Parangosky 

Natasha Culzac: Riz-028 

 Yerin Ha: Quan Ah 

Bentley Kalu: Vannak-134 

Kate Kennedy: Kai-1259  

Natascha McElhone:  Cortana  

Bokeem Woodbine: Soren-066 

Francisco Labbe: David Agnoli 

Olive Gray: Dr. Miranda Keyes 

Charlie Murphy: Makee 

Danny Sapani: Captain Jacob Keyes 

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