The production will debut soon on Paramount Plus
Halo , the Paramount + series, has yet to debut, but it has already been confirmed that a major change in its creative team is on the way. What happens is that your executive producer will leave the project once his work is done.
According to information from Variety , Halo executive producer Steven Kane will be leaving the Halo team once the post-production phase is over. So if the show turns out to be a success and a second season is confirmed – which seems very likely thanks to the popularity of the franchise – Steven Kane will not be involved in it.
Why did Kane make this decision? According to the source, Kane has been living in Budapest for 2 years to work on Halo and other projects, but now he wants to move to the United States for personal reasons. To do this, you will need to leave the project.
KANE IS THE SECOND PRODUCER TO LEAVE THE HALO SERIES
A curious fact is that Kane is not the first executive producer to leave this project. In June 2018 it was announced that Kyle Killen would be the producer of Halo and it was until March 2019 that it was confirmed that Kane would join the team to develop it with Killen.
However, when the production of Halo was beginning, Killen made the decision to leave the project and give the reins entirely to Kane. The reason he made this decision was because he felt unable to dedicate himself in time.
WHAT DO WE KNOW ABOUT THE HALO SERIES ?
The Halo series is a production that was confirmed for a year, but its production began formally until 2019. It is a production responsibility of Showtime, who is working closely with 343 Industries to work this production.
In the cast of Halo is Pablo Schreibber, who will ask the Master Chief, the main character of Halo . On the other hand, we know that Natascha McElhone will be Dr. Catherine Halsey, creator of the Spartans. On the other hand, Jen Taylor will return to be the voice of Cortana. Actors such as Bokeem Woodbine, Shabana Azmi, Bentley Kalu, Natasha Culzac, Kate Kennedy, Danny Sapani, Olive Gray, and Charlie Murphy will also be on the series.
We remind you that the Halo series will debut sometime in the first quarter of 2021. This means that it is a matter of months before we see its first trailer and we will notify you when it debuts.