Fallout fans can now watch their favorite post-apocalyptic story on Prime Video with the announcement of the premiere date for a Fallout series.
The news came as the streaming service celebrated the 26th anniversary of Fallout Day. Fans were treated to a Pip-Boy interactive graphic that gave the date for the series release, April 12, 2024.
Pip-Boy is just one of the iconic attributes from the game that have become part of pop culture (like the soda from the game, Nuka-Cola). Both of these elements are just part of the post-apocalyptic version of Los Angeles Fallout inhabits. In the game, the Vault Dweller must survive a nuclear 1950s-esque wasteland to replace a broken water chip in their underground shelter. But the Vault Dweller must go up against mutants led by a monster called the Master.
The series will star a multicultural cast of genre acting vets including Ella Purnell, Walton Goggins, Aaron Moten, Sarita Choudhury, Kyle McLaughlin, Zach Cherry, Dave Register, Xelia Mendes-Jones, Moisés Arias, Leslie Uggams, Frances Turner, Johnny Pemberton, Rodrigo Luzzi and Annabel O’Hagan.
Graham Wagner and Geneva Robertson-Dworet serve as series showrunners, writers and executive producers. Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy will executive produce via Kilter Films under their Amazon overall deal. Kilter Films’ Athena Whickam also executive produces with Bethesda Game Studios’ Todd Howard and Bethesda Softworks’ James Altman. Nolan serves as director for the first three episodes.