Halo Season 2 has started filming in Iceland, and it seems as though this series is going to be everything that fans have wanted to see since the series began. This news was revealed by Paramount themselves, and it seems as though this next season is going to be something special. The series will be released on Paramount Plus, and we’re thinking that it’ll be released in 2023.
You can check out the image of some of the show’s cast filming the second season in Iceland below. It really seems as though they’re already having a good time on the set of the series. I know that many people weren’t overly pleased with the show’s first season. It seemed as though fans thought that the show didn’t quite capture the video game’s tone well enough. The show focuses on the franchise’s mascot Master Chief (played by Pablo Schreiber) leading a group of super soldiers created by Dr. Halsey (played by Natascha McElhone) known as the Spartans to combat the alien threat.
Halo Season 2 has started filming
The show’s first season did actually expand beyond the world of the game. It ended up introducing a number of new enhanced soldiers to fight alongside John-117 for the sake of the UNSC. The show managed to weave together a bunch of different storylines within the Halo universe with large-scale action in the battle for humanity.
New faces in Season 2
The show’s second season will see Schreiber and McElhone return to the fight. However, they are going to be doing more in this upcoming season. They will both be serving as executive producers. The pair will be joined by returning co-stars Bokeem Woodbine, Shabana Azmi, Natasha Culzac, Olive Gray, Yerin Ha, Bentley Kalu, Kate Kennedy, Charlie Murphy, and Danny Sapani.
There are going to be two new cast members in Season 2. Joseph Morgan and Cristina Rodlo have joined the show’s cast as series regulars. Fiona O’Shaughnessy and Tylan Bailey are also going to be in the second season. They have both been promoted to series regulars.
What do you make of this news? Are you looking forward to watching Halo Season 2 when it’s finally released on Paramount Plus? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
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