Here’s A Great First Look At The Fallout TV Show

Fallout? Boy.

Although it still refuses to drop a real, debut trailer, Prime Video has been slowly drip feeding Fallout fans some exciting news on its upcoming series based on Bethesda’s iconic world, including recently announcing the premiere date of April 12th next year.

Now, a new story published by Vanity Fair has not only brought with it a huge amount of insight from the likes of the show’s co-creator, Jonathan Nolan as well as Bethesda’s Todd Howard, along with some gorgeous new stills from the show highlighting the likes of Ella Purnell as Lucy and Walton Goggins as The Ghoul.

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It’s a massive article and well worth reading (here!), with a ton of information not only on the show’s premise and its lead characters but how its creators have approached realising the iconic world in another medium. Looking at the stills, it’s also very clear that this is the Westworld duo back and firing on all cylinders with a fresh Fallout story.

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“I did not want to do an interpretation of an existing story we did,” Howard told the publication. “That was the other thing—a lot of pitches were, you know, ‘This is the movie of Fallout 3…’ I was like, ‘Yeah, we told that story.’ I don’t have a lot of interest seeing those translated. I was interested in someone telling a unique Fallout story. Treat it like a game. It gives the creators of the series their own playground to play in.”

You can see some of the stills below, and find more along with the rest of the Vanity Fair story right here.

Fallout premieres on April 12th, 2024 exclusively on Prime Video. You can find out more about Amazon Prime subscriptions and a free trial here.

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Walton Goggins in a moment of repose as The Ghoul in the upcoming Fallout series.