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Fallout TV Show Premiere Moved up From Original Announcement

"Fallout TV show premieres tonight on Amazon Prime, with all episodes available for binge-watching. Exciting adaptation of iconic video game series."

The highly anticipated Fallout series is set to premiere on Amazon Prime earlier than expected. Based on the popular video game franchise, the show delves into a dystopian America and the survivors navigating this harsh new world. Viewers can now tune in to the show starting tonight, April 10th, at 6pm Pacific Time, two days ahead of the original release date of April 12th.

Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy, the masterminds behind Westworld, have brought their creative genius to adapt the Fallout series for Prime. All eight episodes will be available for binge-watching, allowing fans to immerse themselves in the post-apocalyptic narrative. The stellar cast includes Ella Purnell, Aaron Moten, Walton Goggins, and more, with Goggins himself announcing the new premiere date in a captivating ad.

The Fallout series joins the ranks of successful post-apocalyptic video game adaptations, following the positive reception of The Last of Us adaptation last year. Early reviews on Rotten Tomatoes have been overwhelmingly favorable, setting high expectations for the show. With its early release, viewers can soon judge for themselves how this reimagined apocalypse compares to its predecessors.

In contrast to The Last of Us, which closely followed the storyline of the first game, Fallout will present an original narrative. Taking place in the aftermath of the games, the series is set in Southern California and centers around a new Vault and its inhabitants. Fans can expect to encounter familiar elements from the games, including ghouls, power armor, and The Brotherhood of Steel, amidst the chaotic and violent backdrop.

Bethesda, the studio behind the Fallout series, had toyed with the idea of a TV adaptation since the release of Fallout 3 in 2008. However, it wasn't until Jonathan Nolan presented his vision that executive producer Todd Howard was convinced to move forward. Now, viewers can witness this vision come to life as the Fallout series premieres tonight.

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