Halo TV series today officially announced start of filming

The fateful episode of Halo has finally picked up. Showtime, the US cable television station, has announced that the Halo TV series is in production. British actor Danny Sapani will play Captain Keith. Keith, whose full name is Jeb Keys, appeared in the game “Halo: To the Far Star” and “Halo” in the 1st generation, he is the captain of the Battleship Akihito. His daughter, Miranda Keys, will also appear in the TV series, played by Olive Gray.

Actor Charlie Murphy will play Star League’s elite captain, Makee.

A wave of three folds: Halo TV series today officially announced the official start of filming

The halo series began to be conceived in 2013, but has not been in the filming stage, and the departure of the show’s director and producer late last year, which at one point raised fears that the project would miscarry, and luckily Showtime found a new director, Otto Bathurst. He has filmed the 2011 episode “Black Mirror” and the 2018 film “Robin Hood.”

The cast, along with the previously finalized cadet and Cotana’ co-star, showtime officially tweeted a photo to celebrate the show’s official launch.

The halo is expected to air in 2021, with nine episodes in its first season, and we’ll keep an eye on the latest developments.

A wave of three folds: Halo TV series today officially announced the official start of filming

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