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‘Halo’ Without a (Master) Chief: Kyle Killen Has Left Paramount+ Series, Steven Kane to Exit Ahead of Potential Season 2

‘Halo’ Without a (Master) Chief: Kyle Killen Has Left Paramount+ Series, Steven Kane to Exit Ahead of Potential Season 2

Kyle Killen, the original showrunner on the Paramount+ “Halo” adaptation, has exited the upcoming streaming series. His fellow co-showrunner, Steven Kane, will remain with the show through Season 1 post-production. That’s the good news. The bad news: should “Halo” get renewed for a second season, Kane will not return.

Kane was brought in to take some of the work off Killen’s plate. He’ll leave should the showed get a Season 2 in order to be closer to his family, a person with knowledge of the situation told TheWrap. It has not proven easy to do that from Budapest, where “Halo” is still (read: Still) in production.

The “Halo” TV series, an adaptation of the hugely popular Xbox video-game franchise, was originally set at Showtime, but was then moved ViacomCBS’ Paramount+ streaming service. The adaptation of the popular Xbox video game, which stars Pablo Schrieber, is set to premiere in

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