Halo TV Series Season 2 Officially Concludes Filming
Season 2 of the TV series based on the Halo franchise has officially finished filming, based on the latest information.
Actor Pablo Schreiber has confirmed on his Instagram account that filming of season 2 of Paramount’s Halo TV series has officially concluded. He also took the opportunity to appreciate the production crew for all the effort and hard work they have put on a long and challenging season.
Schreiber stated that behind every single actor on every TV show or movie that is aired, there is a team of artists working to help make a single individual’s performance possible. Such is the dedication and hard work put out by his team. He added that each person working on the show has provided a critical service that he would be incapable of performing his role without. He said that they are all talented artists in their own right.
According to the actor, the production crew is comprised of hard workers who are completely committed to joining him on this journey and they’re all wonderful people to boot. He spent a lot of time with them during the last 11 months. He added that they kept him honest and sane, and that he couldn’t have done any of it without them. He ended his post by expressing his love and gratitude towards the production team.
Halo is an American military science fiction television series developed by Kyle Killen and Steven Kane for the streaming service Paramount+, based on the video game franchise of the same name. The television show, which was made by Showtime Networks, 343 Industries, Amblin Television, One Big Picture, and Chapter Eleven, focuses on a conflict between the Covenant, a theocratic-military alliance of several highly developed alien races, and the United Nations Space Command in the 26th century. Much like in the games, the Covenant’s goal is to annihilate humanity.