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Fallout TV show officially renewed for a second season

Fallout TV show officially renewed for a second season

Good news vault dwellers, we're getting more Fallout

We’ve woken up to the news that every vault dweller will want to hear, Amazon Studios has ordered a second season of its live-action Fallout series.

As soon as Fallout launched on Amazon’s Prime streaming service this month, it’s fair to say that it’s taken social media by storm. Not only has Fallout become one of the highest-rated video game adaptations of all time, but it’s also inspired fans to revisit (or play for the first time) Bethesda’s post-apocalyptic RPG series such as the likes of Fallout 4.

Check out our chat with the cast of the Fallout show below!

Set 219 years after nuclear tragedy ravaged our planet: “post-apocalyptic Los Angeles brought about by nuclear decimation, citizens must live in underground bunkers to protect themselves from radiation, mutants and bandits,” reads the synopsis of the Amazon’s Fallout adaptation.

So, given the early success that Fallout has garnered, it should come as no surprise that it’s already been renewed for a second season. Nonetheless, it’s great to have that official confirmation and we can all look forward to what new stories the series will bring.

“The bar was high for lovers of this iconic video game and so far we seem to have exceeded their expectations while bringing in millions of new fans to the franchise,” said Jennifer Salke, Amazon MGM Studios head in a statement.

“The cast led by Ella Purnell, Aaron Moten, Walton Goggins, and Kyle MacLachlan have knocked it out of the park. We’d like to thank Jonah and Lisa and our friends at Bethesda for bringing the show to us, as well as Geneva and Graham for coming aboard as showrunners.”

“We are thrilled to announce season two after only one week out and take viewers even farther into the surreal world of Fallout,” Salke concluded. There you have it, Fallout is officially getting at least one more season but at this time, a release date hasn't been announced.

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Topics: Amazon, Bethesda, Fallout, TV And Film, PC, Xbox