TV Guide followed up with another Showtime executive, Gary Levine, about the the series' prospects as well.
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But Showtime's President and CEO David Nevins recently confirmed with TV Guide that the series is still totally in production. "It's still live-action, and it will definitely satisfy the fans of Halo and I think also satisfy the drama audiences of Showtime".
It's interesting that Nevins states that they've "seen" anything at all in regards to this project, so hopefully further details are coming soon (a writer/director/concept art/anything really). Perhaps tellingly, "still in very active development" is exactly the same quote Nevins gave IGN back in 2015. Several digital projects related to the property have already been made, including the live-action series Halo: Forward Unto Dawn in 2012 and the film Halo: Nightfall in 2014, which starred Mike Colter. Steven Spielberg was meant to be the executive producer of the series with Neill Blomkamp rumored to be directing the pilot episode. It seems doubtful the series would revolve around the adventures of Master Chief, since those stories are usually reserved for the games themselves.
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Levine did not have a time frame for when the show might debut, nor did he have anything to say about how it fits into the game series' timeline.
This may be heartening if you've wanted to see how Halo would fare in Hollywood.
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