The Halo TV series that was first announced in 2013 is still in active development.
Showtime CEO David Nevins told TV Guide that he had seen scripts for the show and that the series would still come eventually, but didn’t reveal specific information on the series as a whole.
The Halo TV series was first unveiled in May 2013 alongside the announcement of the Xbox One console. Steven Spielberg was meant to be the executive producer of the series with Neill Blomkamp rumored to be directing the pilot episode. Since its initial announcement, little information has been released.
The series was originally meant to an Xbox Live exclusive show before it was taken over by the American cable network Showtime.
This isn’t the first time that a live-adaptation of Halo has been made. To celebrate the release of Halo 4, Microsoft teamed up with various YouTubers to create Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn, a five part mini-series about the Halo Universe.
Microsoft also released a Halo anime series, which was a collection of seven short films set in the Halo universe back in February 2010.