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Fallout TV Series Has Already Been Renewed for Season 2

The upcoming live-action Fallout TV series from Jonathan Nolan has already been renewed for season 2 despite the first season not airing yet. Amazon seems to have a lot of confidence in the project that it will succeed, greenlighting a continuation before viewers get a chance to watch it on 10 April.

As reported by Variety, the Fallout TV series has been renewed for a second season, though there’s a lot more going on than just Amazon being confident in the show’s success. According to the outlet, the decision to greenligh season 2 is based on a $25 million tax cut that the show will get by moving to California for filming. The first season was mainly shot in New York and parts of Utah.

The California Film Commission (CFC) is apparently giving out $152 million in tax credits to multiple shows, which also includes Fallout‘s $25 million chunk of change. This doesn’t mean that the show will necessarily use that tax credit, but considering that season 2 will actually be filmed in California (perhaps Los Angeles due to the setting of the series), then that tax credit will likely be used.

On the other hand, this is good news depending on how much you enjoy the first season. If the show turns out bad, you can simply ignore the second season. If it turns out good – judging by trailers and marketing, it seems to be heading in that direction – then a continuation is basically confirmed.

In related news, showrunners on the Fallout TV series were told secrets about the unannounced Fallout 5 video game by Bethesda to avoid any potential similarities. Nolan also cleared up some confusion about the show being referred to as “Fallout 5 in a previous interview, stating that the live-action adaptation is tied into the lore of the games, though it isn’t necessarily trying to replace the fifth video game installment.

The Fallout TV series airs on 10 April on Prime Video.

Source: Variety

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