Fallout TV show release date pushed back again

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By journalsofus.com

Prime Video has once again adjusted the release date of the Fallout TV show, this time moving it up a day to April 10, 6PM PT.

The much-awaited show was scheduled to launch all its episodes at the same time on April 11, which was revised from April 12 as the release date. Now, all eight episodes will release on Wednesday, April 10 with a special live global fan premiere beforehand. case. This is good news for almost everyone, except those who have arranged for a watch party or time off from work to come straight to the show.

This week, it came out that Fallout, a great show, is getting a second season. The show has been offered a $25 million tax credit to move filming from New York state to California for Season 2. Prime Video has not announced a renewal yet, but the move is an extremely good sign that a second season is in the works.

The Fallout TV show is, of course, based on Bethesda’s long-running and much-loved video game series. It is taken from Westworld creators Lisa Joy and Jonathan Nolan, and is considered canon, taking place after all the games.

To get ready for the show before then, check out our exclusive Fallout digital cover with interviews with Nolan, Ella Purnell, Walton Goggins, and more.

Wesley is the UK News Editor for IGN. Find him on Twitter at @wyp100. You can contact Wesley at wesley_yinpoole@ign.com or confidentially at wyp100@proton.me.

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