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Fallout TV Series?

The United States Patent & Trademark Office Database has a Service Mark application filed last week by Bethesda Softworks for "Fallout," with the following explanation: "Entertainment services in the nature of an on-going television program set in a post-nuclear apocalyptic world." This may explain the recent tease by the voice actor who plays Three Dog saying "There may be more of the Dog coming!" Or it may be something else. Or nothing. Thanks Ausir via The Vault.

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27. Re: Fallout TV Series? Jan 16, 2013, 19:42 Fibrocyte
 
Verno wrote on Jan 16, 2013, 14:42:
Techie714 wrote on Jan 16, 2013, 14:19:
YES!! I'm already a fan of "Nuka-Cola Break" but I would love to see a dark, serious, & violent Fallout series on the scale of Walking Dead TV show. I doubt though it would appeal to a massive audience, their are only so many people that spend their free time reading the Fallout Wiki for fun...like me...lol.

One thing is for sure though, were going to see some kind of Fallout news this year most likely....

I don't think they could really do it without a totally insane budget though. I don't want something like Fallout confined to the small sets and cheap location shoots I see on TWD. Book of Eli had its problems but they sure nailed the sets and design of a Fallout-ish world, unfortunately the movie cost a literal fortune.

But hey you never know, CGI can do wonders. I didn't think anyone could do Game of Thrones but that show has some amazing CGI in place of the larger areas that aren't feasible.

I think a huge part of the enjoyment is putting yourself in as a character though so I don't see a show really working in a way the fans of the games would like.

I agree regarding GoT. However, the dire wolves in season 1 were very disappointing. They were siberian huskies and cuddly-looking ones at that.
 
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