‘Fallout’ Season 1 to Premiere a Day Early on Prime Video

The end of the world is coming one day early on Prime Video. The Amazon-owned streaming service announced Monday evening that all 8 episodes of “Fallout” would be released on April 10 – that is, this Wednesday – instead of the previously announced April 11.

Adjust your vault settings accordingly.

And according to Prime Video, “the special release includes a live world premiere of the first episode on April 10 at 6 p.m. PT on Prime Video, where fans around the world can choose their faction and interact with others via a Live chat feature filled with surprises. »

Based on Bethesda Softworks’ long-running video game series, “Fallout” is set in an alternate history where advances in nuclear technology after World War II reshaped the world and then brought about its destruction via a devastating nuclear war. Centuries later, survivors build new civilizations among the ruins, while descendants of the people who escaped the devastation by hiding in nuclear shelters called “Vaults” begin to emerge and set about rebuilding.

The Prime Video series, which maintains the retro-futuristic aesthetic and dark comedy of the games, follows Lucy (Ella Purnell), a descendant of the original Vault Dwellers who leaves the safety of her Vault for the cockroach-infested wasteland that has become Los Angeles. 200 years after the war. Her initial optimism is therefore severely tempered as she discovers the absurdly violent new world where kill or be killed is the rule.

“Fallout” also stars Walton Goggins, also Cooper Howard, a monstrous shooter who survived the nuclear war and is still alive in the present, and Aaron Moten as Maximus, a member of the Brotherhood of God. ‘Steel, who collects and preserves (and treasures) pre-war knowledge.

Also starring are Kyle MacLachlan, Xelia Mendes-Jones, Mike Doyle, Moisés Arias, Johnny Pemberton, Dale Dickey, Matty Cardarople, Sarita Choudhury, Michael Emerson, Leslie Uggams, Chris Parnell and Zach Cherry.

The series was co-created by Geneva Robertson-Dworet and Graham Wagner and developed by Lisa Joy and Jonathan Nolan through their production company Kilter Films. Joy and Nolan are best known for creating the HBO science fiction series “Westworld.”

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