Know everything about Halo Season 1 Episode 8, which is all set to premiere this week.
Halo is set in the 26th century and follows a war between the United Nations Space Command and the Covenant, a theocratic-military alliance of several advanced alien races determined to eradicate the human race. Halo is based on the same-named video game franchise. As the series comes to an end with only two episodes left, the plotline of the adaptation is purposely kept secret so that fans can begin watching with a sense of awe and anticipation.
However, Showtime Network’s Gary Levine has stated that the story is wholly unique and different from the video game plotline, as proven by the fact that the last seven episodes of season one have a different feeling and feel to it than the original game. So, we’ve got you covered with everything you need to know about the next episode’s official release date, potential plot, and cast, which will undoubtedly prepare you before delving right into the next episode. Continue reading to learn more about Halo Season 1 Episode 8.
Halo Season 1 Episode 8 Release Date
Halo Season 1 Episode 8, Allegiance, is set to be released on Thursday, May 12, 2022, at 3 a.m. ET. The previous episode was well received by the viewers and they are excited to watch what happens next in the series as episode 8 is the second last episode of Season 1 so expectations are pretty high as the finale draws in close which is set to be released next week on May 19, 2022. More details about the final episode will be released in the coming days.
The series had aired 7 out of 9 episodes as of May 9, 2022. Each episode is 60 minutes in duration. The episode names and release dates are listed below for your convenience in understanding the series’ schedule and planning ahead to watch the next episode.
- S1E1: “Contact” – March 24, 2022
- S1E2: “Unbound” – March 31, 2022
- S1E3: “Emergence” – April 7, 2022
- S1E4: Homecoming” – April 14, 2022
- S1E5: “Reckoning” – April 21, 2022
- S1E6: “Solace” – April 28, 2022
- S1E7: “Inheritance” – May 5, 2022
- S1E8: “Allegiance” – May 12, 2022
- S1E9: “Transcendence” – May 19, 2022
Halo Season 1 Episode 8 Promo
Take a look at the Halo Season 1 Episode 8 Promo below:
As the tale progresses and the second last episode approaches, the latest promo teases plotlines implying further delving that they need John to execute the things as many think he has turned his back on them. The episode will address the subject of why the covenant is so desperate for the Halo, which is tied to a prophecy of propelling under those who are worthy of a tremendous journey.
Later, they signal the Spartans, who appear to be ready for anything. Furthermore, Master Chief has gone, implying that he can no longer be trusted to participate in the mission. The promo ends with Admiral Margaret Parangosky hinting, “This is a dirty business, all of it!” and Dr. Catherine Elizabeth Halsey tells Cortana that they need us to save them from themselves.
What to expect in Halo Season 1 Episode 8?
The forthcoming episode is the second-to-last of Season 1, which has led many fans to assume that it will answer all of our questions about the Mystics. Is it true that they are as kind and selfless as they appear, or were they simply attempting to influence Kwan with their expressions when the facility erupted and led to their personal benefit? Madrigal is an affluent planet because of the portal and abundant fuel.
Vinisher’s elimination is useful to them rather than damaging. Viewers might expect a larger surprise and a terrible twist later on. The final two episodes will almost certainly revolve around the Master Chief. Furthermore, many fans believe the season will end on a Mystic cliffhanger that will be explored in the second season if the show is renewed.
As the promo suggests the mythology surrounding the Halo should pick up the slack until the eighth episode returns to John and his journey. The promo also hinted that Makee will have a long conversation with Pablo Schreiber’s character concerning Halo, the Covenant’s search for him, and other issues.
We don’t expect this story to end; in fact, given where we are in the plot right now, which appears to be heading for another season and the fans aren’t complaining because they want more. Furthermore, the Master Chief will most likely be the centerpiece of the final two episodes. As previously announced, the season is expected to end on a supernatural cliffhanger, which will most likely be the grandest and most dramatic element of Halo so far.
Halo Season 1 Episode 8 Cast
The main cast members of the series include:
- Pablo Schreiber as Master Chief Petty Officer John-117
- Shabana Azmi as Admiral Margaret Parangosky
- Natasha Culzac as Riz-028
- Olive Gray as Commander Miranda Keyes
- Yerin Ha as Kwan Ha
- Bentley Kalu as Vannak-134
- Kate Kennedy as Kai-125
- Charlie Murphy as Makee
- Danny Sapani as Captain Jacob Keyes
- Jen Taylor is the voice of Cortana, an artificial intelligence (AI)
- Bokeem Woodbine as Soren-066
- Natascha McElhone as Dr. Catherine Elizabeth Halsey
The recurring cast members of the series include:
- Burn Gorman as Vinsher Grath
- Ryan McParland as Dr. Adun Saly
- Sarah Ridgeway as John’s Mother
- Duncan Pow as John’s Father
Where to watch Halo Season 1 Episode 8?
Halo Season 1 Episode 8 will release exclusively on Paramount+. Halo can also be watched as a premium channel on Amazon Prime Video and is part of the Sky bundle for UK subscribers.
Halo Season 1 Episode 7: A Quick Recap
The official synopsis of Episode 7, Inheritance, states, that Kwan’s journey to uncover her family’s “true purpose” takes her deep into the deserts of Madrigal; Soren obsesses over unfinished business.” The viewers finally got to see Kwan journey into the deserts of Madrigal to follow down a reclusive tribe of mystic nomads, hoping for clues about her family’s actual purpose, when Soren returns to the Rubble and engages in piracy against UNSC vessels.
Moreover, the mystics tell that when Kwan’s ancestors arrived on Madrigal, a Forerunner Monitor tasked them with guarding a Forerunner portal hidden somewhere on the planet. Kwan discovers old letters addressed to her great-grandfather looking for information on the portal’s location when she returns to her father’s abandoned command outpost.
Later in the episode, Kwan is reunited with Soren, who has returned to fulfill his pledge to John to keep an eye on her, just as the outpost is encircled by Vinsher Grath and his forces, who are looking to collect the bounty on Kwan. Despite being outmanned, Kwan fights back in the hopes of murdering Grath and liberating Madrigal from his oppressive rule.
Kwan rigs the outpost’s deuterium power supply and detonates it by shooting an assault rifle that the Master Chief had dropped during the Covenant onslaught while Soren holds off Grath’s soldiers. This leads to Kwan honoring their initial bargain by giving Soren a huge sum of money collected from the outpost’s supplies after the explosion kills Grath and his soldiers. Kwan was determined to complete her job and discover the portal and assume her place as its protector, so the two parted on friendly terms.
Fans’ reaction to Halo Season 1 Episode 7
#HaloTheSeries Season 1 Episode 7 Inheritance Review: This is one of the most intense episodes of Halo! Kwan Ha is a genius badass that is following her family legacy! Soren is such a brutal badass that is not to be messed with at all! Absolutely beautiful cinematography! 10/10! pic.twitter.com/zprXLWkakk
— Josh ❤️ Moon Knight & Halo #BlackLivesMatter (@supermangeek101) May 5, 2022
— 🦩 C O R A L™ • H A L O • E R A ~ 18 D A Y S (@CoralGecko) May 7, 2022
Shout out to Yerin Ha's performance as Kwan Ha in Halo the Television series.
— Sacred Icon (@sacrediconpod) May 8, 2022
Halo Season 1 Official Synopsis
The official synopsis states that Halo is set to follow, “an epic struggle between humanity and an extraterrestrial enemy known as the Covenant in the 26th century. Halo will combine intense personal stories with action, adventure, and a vividly imagined future.”
Executive producer Kiki Wolfkill revealed that the series is a standalone story set in its own “Silver Timeline” that is separate from and inspired by the core canon and lore of the transmedia franchise, rather than a continuation, adaptation, prequel, or sequel, explaining that they wanted to give the two Halo canons a chance to evolve independently to suit their respective media.
Halo Season 1 Trailer
Catch up on all of Halo Season 1’s previous episodes on Paramount+, and keep an eye out for the season finale episode set to premiere next week.