Prepare for Fallout: Prime Video's Fallout Series Premieres April 11

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Prepare to embark on a journey through the desolate Wasteland as Prime Video unveils the highly anticipated Fallout series on April 11, 2024. Immerse yourself in a post-apocalyptic world where every twist, turn, and radioactive encounter awaits, inviting both film buffs and fans of the iconic video game delves into the narrative on Prime Video.

Fallout, a gripping series inspired by the beloved video game franchise from Bethesda Game Studios, breathes life into the eerie landscapes of the Wasteland. It probes into profound themes of survival, morality, and resilience amidst the chaos of nuclear devastation. Officially endorsed as part of the Fallout canon by Bethesda's Todd Howard, the series has undergone rigorous scrutiny to ensure that it remains true to its established universe and earlier releases.

Set in 2296 in post-apocalyptic Los Angeles, the eight-part series follows Lucy (played by Ella Purnell), a resilient dweller of Vault 33 embarking on a perilous quest to rescue her father amidst the treacherous wasteland. Alongside her, viewers will encounter a diverse array of characters, including Maximus (portrayed by Aaron Moten), a valiant soldier of the Brotherhood of Steel, and The Ghoul (brought to life by Walton Goggins), a mutated bounty hunter with a mysterious past entwined with his former life as an actor.

Executive produced by Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy of Kilter Films, with Geneva Robertson-Dworet and Graham Wagner serving as co-showrunners, the series marks a collaborative effort between Bethesda Game Studios, Bethesda Softworks, Kilter Films, and Amazon MGM Studios. Beyond catering to gaming aficionados, the show aims to serve as an accessible entry point to the world of Fallout for newcomers.

All episodes of Fallout will be available on Prime Video on April 11, 2024. Subscribers can watch movies and series on hundreds of compatible devices from anywhere, at any time, and even download episodes for offline viewing at no extra cost. Prime Video is available in the Philippines for only PHP149 a month.

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