News | First photo of Fallout television series shown

The first official photo of the television series based on Fallout has been posted online.

In a tweet, Amazon congratulates Bethesda on Fallout’s 25th anniversary year. A photo of the series is also posted. It looks like a photo of the inside of the vault. Several set photos of the series have been leaked before, but it is the first time that an official photo is shown.

The television series based on Bethesda’s Fallout series was already announced in 2020 and is being made for Amazon. The series is co-created by Westworld creators Lisa Joy and Jonathan Nolan. The latter, Christopher Nolan’s brother, would direct at least one episode.

The cast members include at least Twin Peaks actor Kyle MacLachlan, Aaron Moten (Next), Xelia Mendes-Jones (Havoc) and Walter Goggins (Justified). Captain Marvel writer Geneva Robertson-Dworet and The Officer’s Graham Wagner will be the showrunners. Todd Howard is executive producer.

It is not known when the first season of the series will be on Amazon Prime.


News | Fallout series production starts this year

The production of the television series based on Fallout will start this year.

As reported by Deadline. In 2020 it was already announced that Amazon and Bethesda Game Studios would be working on a series around Fallout together with the makers of the HBO series Westworld, but now the project seems to be finally getting off the ground.

The series is made by Kilter Films, which is run by Jonathan Nolan (brother of Christopher Nolan) and Lisa Joy. The duo is also responsible for Westworld. According to Deadline, Jonathan Nolan will also direct the first episode of the Fallout series. Geneva Robertson-Dworet  and Graham Wagner  have been brought in as showrunners. As reported in 2020, Bethesda’s Todd Howard is an executive producer.

During the 2020 announcement, Nolan and Joy stated in a press release: “Fallout is one of the greatest game series ever. Each chapter of this incredibly fanciful story has cost us countless hours that we could have spent with friends and family. Excited to team up with Todd Howard and the other brilliant lunatics at Bethesda to bring this massive and darkly funny universe to life with Amazon Studios.”