Fallout TV series pictures show sets and costume design
The Fallout TV series adaptation has a lot of potential but Amazon Prime Video is taking on production.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you probably know Fallout. It’s an RPG franchise set in an alternate future where a nuclear war between the United States and China has devastated the world. The tone of the saga combines dark humor with retro-futuristic aesthetics inspired by the American culture of the 1950s. A perfect franchise for a TV series!
That’s why we ask you: Do you like video games? Do you like post-apocalyptic stories? Do you like TV shows? If your answer is yes, then congratulations! Despite not having a good reputation for video game adaptations, Amazon Prime Video is preparing a Fallout TV series! And, to no one’s surprise, images of the TV set were leaked and we can see a very accomplished setting.
“To the world that was. Mankind shall never see its like again”
The Fallout series for Amazon Prime Video is being produced by Kilter Films, the company of Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy. They’re the creators of Westworld, another successful sci-fi series. The cast is headed by Ella Purnell (Yellowjackets) and Walton Goggins (The Righteous Gemstones). Two characters who come out of their vault to discover the outside world.
The series has no premiere date yet, but we can already see some images that show us how the visual aspect of the adaptation will be. In them, we can appreciate some iconic elements of the video games, such as the blue and yellow suits of the vaults and the Nuka-Cola vending machines (the favorite drink of the inhabitants of the wasteland). It also shows the ghouls – human beings who have undergone a mutation due to radiation and have a cadaverous appearance.
The images also reveal that the series will be set in Vault 33: one of the many subway facilities built by the Vault-Tec company to protect the population from nuclear war. Each vault had a secret purpose and a different social experiment, resulting in very varied and surprising situations. For example, vault 13 was designed to remain closed for 200 years; vault 12 had no shielded door and let in radiation; or, vault 77 had only one inhabitant and a box full of puppets.
The series promises to be a faithful adaptation of the Fallout universe, respecting its essence and style, but also offering an original and interesting story that will hook both fans and new viewers. However, we know the fame that Amazon has after its adaptations of video games into TV series or movies. But if you like action, drama, mystery, and humor, this is a series not to be missed!