How to Watch Halo Season 1 on Paramount+

The iconic video game series Halo comes to life in this show. Follow Master Chief (Pablo Schreiber) on his journey across the galaxy to fight the alien threat of the Covenant. Fans of the games will recognize familiar faces and factions such as Cortana and the Spartans. If you’re wondering how to watch Halo on Paramount+, here are some methods to do so.

Where to Watch Halo Season 1

Good news! There are a few ways you and your family can not only enjoy Halo but everything Paramount+ has to offer. Paramount+ offers a free 7-day trial with access to Essential, Premium, and Bundled plans to best fit your needs. You’ll even save up to 16% with an annual subscription. Enjoy extras such as ad-free viewing, CBS news, local CBS channels, and premium sports programming.

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How Many Episodes Are in Halo Season 1?

Halo on Paramount+

There are nine episodes in Halo season one with a second season forthcoming. Each episode lasts 45-60 minutes on average. You can check the complete list of Halo episodes and their scheduled date release here below.

  1. “Contact”: March 24, 2022
  2. “Unbound”: March 31, 2022
  3. “Emergence”: April 7, 2022
  4. “Homecoming”: April 14, 2022
  5. “Reckoning”: April 21, 2022
  6. “Solace”: April 28, 2022
  7. “Inheritance”: May 5, 2022
  8. “Allegiance”: May 12, 2022
  9. “Transcendence”: May 19, 2022

What Are the Critics Saying About Halo Season 1?

Halo received a 70% from critics and 52% from audience viewers. Long-term fans of the video game franchise are mixed about the TV adaptation. Some find it a creative interpretation of the first game that brings back nostalgia. Others, however, feel the show is too much of a departure from the original games in both story and characterization.

“Hail to the Chief? Not quite, but despite some uneven plotting, this is a worthy adaptation that promises better things to come.” – James Dyer, Empire Magazine

“I can safely say that the major flaw in this series is not the lack of accuracy or loyalty to the source material (though that certainly hurt it) but it is the lack of heart in the series.” – Therese Lacson, The Beat

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Is Halo Season 1 Suitable for Kids?

Halo is rated TV-14 which is suitable for viewers over the age of 14. The series contains severe depictions of violence and gore, and moderate depictions of frightening or intense scenes. It also contains mild depictions of sex, nudity, and profanity.


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