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Fallout TV Show Trailer Reveals The Violent And Scary Nuclear Wasteland

The Fallout TV series arrives this April on Prime Video.


A new trailer for Prime Video's upcoming Fallout TV series has arrived, and it provides the best look yet at the video game-inspired show from the minds that brought us Westworld. For a more detailed look, make sure to check out our Fallout trailer breakdown.

The show is described as the story of "haves and have-nots in a world in which there's almost nothing left to have." The series takes place 200 years after a nuclear apocalypse, with vault-dwellers emerging back into the world. But it's not the same world of their ancestors, as they emerge into a apocalyptic wasteland that's "gleefully weird and highly violent."

Fallout stars Ella Purnell, Aaron Moten, Walton Goggins, and Kyle MacLachlan. The series debuts on April 11, and all episodes will be available from the get-go. Jonathan Nolan is the director of the first three episodes and executive producer.

It's Prime Video's first video game TV series but it won't be the last. Prime Video is also producing a God of War TV series, though not much is known about it right now.

Beyond TV, Bethesda will eventually release Fallout 5. No one should expect this game anytime soon, though, as the developer is making The Elder Scrolls VI next, and then Fallout 5, so it'll no doubt be many years until the next Fallout game arrives.

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