“Halo” has finally found a buyer for distribution in France. The series will be available on Canal+ from April 28. The encrypted channel will offer two episodes every Thursday evening from this date.
A highly anticipated video game adaptation
Halo is a true video game phenomenon. A license that has lasted since 2001 and became an Xbox flagship. With tens of millions of games sold, it is not so surprising to see television taking an interest in it. long-awaited, series Halo finally hit the screens.
It takes place in 2552 and begins on the planet Madrigal. Under the influence of the UNSC, rebellious humans fight for their independence. But a violent attack by aliens from the Covenant Alliance reshuffles the cards. Humans will therefore have to unite against this enemy. We then follow Major John-117 who goes into this fight with his squad of Spartans.
We find in the cast of the series Halo Pablo Schreiber, well hidden behind the mask and suit of Major John-117. At his side, we note the presence of Natascha McElhone and Bokeem Woodbine.
Where and when to see Halo?
In the United States, the series Halo began streaming on Paramount+ on March 24. The American service is not available in France, we feared never be able to get our hands on this show for the less ambitious. Corn Canal+ has (perhaps) felt the good move by recently signing a deal for the broadcasting of programs from the streaming service. The result is good on encrypted channels that we can discover in France Halo.
Via a press release, Canal+ gave details on the broadcast date. It will therefore be from April 28 that you will have to connect to the channel to discover Halo. Two episodes will air every Thursday evening. Season 1 will consist of nine episodes. Corn a second season has already been ordered by Paramout+ and is currently in production. Of course, the episodes will also be available on MyCanal.