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Fallout- release date, OTT platform, cast, trailer, and more

Fallout, the '50s famous video game has finally got a live action adaptation of its own, starring actors Ella Purnell, Walton Goggins, and Aaron Moten as the leading characters.

Fallout- release date, OTT platform, cast, trailer, and more

Last Updated: 02.15 AM, Dec 04, 2023


The Prime original show Fallout is written and executively produced by Lisa Joy and Jonathan Nolan, of HBO’s Westworld. Releasing on April 12, 2024, the series will trace the privileged Vault Dweller Lucy’s journey as she heads out to solve an emergency crisis and faces the nuclear wasteland outside, filled with creepy crawlies, creepier living beings, and a ghoulish bounty hunter sniffing for blood.


Starring an iconic cast comprising of Ella Purnell plays protagonist cum Vaulter Lucy, Walton Goggins plays the role of the villainous ‘The Ghoul’, and Aaron Moten, plays the role of Maximus. The series will also have Kyle MacLachlan, Chris Parnell, Sarita Choudhury, Moisés Arisas, and Miachael Emerson in undisclosed characters as of now.


Though no official plot summary is released as of yet. The Fallout series of 2024 will trace the story of privileged Vaulter Lucy and her experiences as she is forced to go out into the wasteland, for an emergency.

Facing creepy bugs and far creepier human-like creatures, Lucy not only has a dog to help her through, but must be of use to the Brotherhood of Steel, who are determinedly attempting to take over a bomb-ridden land, but at what cost? And the last but most important character of the plot remains the ghoulish hunter played by Walton Goggins, which shall be a treat for all fans.

Trailer and more

The trailer for Fallout dropped on December 2023. In a recent interaction with Vanity Fear regarding the project, Nolan spoke about Lucy and her moral premise in the show, “Lucy is charming and plucky and strong...and then you see she’s confronted with the reality of, hey, maybe the supposedly virtuous things you grew up with are not necessarily that virtuous.”

He continued, “If they are virtuous, they’re couched in a circumstantial virtuousness. It’s a luxury virtue. You have your point of view because you never ran out of food, right? You guys were able to share everything—because you had enough to share.”

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