After announcing plans for a Fallout TV show in 2020, updates on the project have been somewhat nonexistent aside from a still from the pilot that was shared last October.
However, earlier today, Prime Video confirmed that the series will be released sometime in 2024. A teaser trailer for the series was shown at the end of Bethesda's Starfield presentation at Gamescom in Germany but Amazon has confirmed that it won't publicly be released.
The teaser reportedly featured Brotherhood of Steel soldiers and a shootout in an Old-West style town.
Kilter Films is in charge of producing the show, while Jonathan Nolan (Westworld), Lisa Joy (Burn Notice, Westworld), and Athena Wickham are the executive producers alongside Bethesda's Todd Howard and James Altman.
The showrunners are Graham Wagner (Silicon Valley) and Geneva Robertson-Dworet (Captain Marvel, Tomb Raider).
Set in the aftermath of a nuclear war, the show will follow the stories of several survivors as they attempt to start over in a post-apocalyptic world.
The Fallout video game series is well-known for its open-world gameplay, in-depth narratives, and endearing characters. With more than 50 million copies sold globally, the series has also been successful on the gaming side.
Amazon is definitely hoping to channel some of that success in its television adaptation.
The series is confirmed to star Walton Goggins (Justified), Ella Purnell (Yellowjackets, Arcane), Kyle MacLachlan (Twin Peaks, Dune 1984), Xelia Mendes-Jones (The Wheel of Time), Aaron Moten (Native Son, Emancipation), and Mike Doyle (Law & Order: SVU).