Bethesda Announces Fallout TV Show

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Screenshot: Bethesda
Screenshot: Bethesda

Today, Amazon and Bethesda officially announced a TV show set in the Fallout universe, being produced by the creators behind HBO’s Westworld.

Bethesda posted a short teaser video for the show on the official Fallout Twitter account. The teaser contains almost nothing beyond an old TV and a test pattern asking folks to “Please stand by.”

Variety has more details about the new Fallout show, which has already received a full series commitment from Amazon and will be streamed on Prime. The show is being created by Lisa Joy and Jonathan Nolan, the duo behind the popular and successful Westworld over on HBO. They plan on capturing the “harsh tone” of the original games, but will also include some of the sillier moments too. No word on if the creators plan on including numerous scenes where characters get stuck in the world or randomly lose all their progress.

No date was given for when the Fallout show will be released.

Comments

  • HELL YEAH FALLOUT TV SHOW

    ” The show is being created by Lisa Joy and Jonathan Nolan, the duo behind the popular and successful Westworld over on HBO”

    Oh. okay then.

    • I don’t understand. I would think that being made by the people behind another absolutely incredible show would be a good thing. Are you on drugs?

  • This is probably the only way i get any fallout (not touching 76) for many many years, so i guess i have no choice but to take it.

  • “Here at Bethesda we’ve decided to make our new TV show even more fun and engaging for our audience, so we’re trying an innovative new system of selling the last 5 minutes of each episode on the Bethesda website! Buy them now for $9.99 each!”

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