Fallout Season 1 – TV Series

About Fallout Season 1 – TV Series

Fallout Season 1 TV Series Details 

Fallout is an American post-apocalyptic drama television series created by Graham Wagner and Geneva Robertson-Dworet for Amazon Prime Video. Based on the role-playing video game franchise created by Tim Cain and Leonard Boyarsky, the series stars Ella Purnell, Aaron Moten, Kyle MacLachlan, Moisés Arias, Xelia Mendes-Jones, and Walton Goggins.

Amazon purchased the rights to produce a live-action project in 2020, and the show was announced that July, with Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy’s Kilter Films joined by Bethesda Game Studios in the production. Nolan directed the first three episodes. Bethesda Game Studios producer Todd Howard, who directed various games in the series, signed on to executive produce alongside Nolan and Joy. Robertson-Dworet and Wagner were hired as the series’ showrunners in January 2022, and Goggins and Purnell were cast in February and March, respectively.

Fallout premiered on Prime Video on April 10, 2024. The series received critical acclaim, with praise for its writing, production design, performances, and faithfulness to the source material.



  • Sarita Choudhury as Lee Moldaver, the commander of a New California Republic military division with a past connection to Hank
  • Leslie Uggams as Betty Pearson, a member of Vault 33’s governing council, and later Overseer. Originally from Vault 31
  • Johnny Pemberton as Thaddeus, a squire of the Brotherhood of Steel who serves Maximus
  • Zach Cherry as Woody Thomas, a member of Vault 33’s governing council
  • Annabel O’Hagan as Stephanie Harper, a pregnant resident of Vault 33 and Lucy’s closest friend. Originally from Vault 31
  • Dave Register as Chet, Lucy’s cousin and Vault 33’s gatekeeper.
  • Rodrigo Luzzi as Reg McPhee, a member of Vault 33’s governing council
  • Leer Leary as Davey, a Vault 33 resident
  • Elle Vertes as Rose MacLean, a former Vault 33 resident, and Lucy and Norm’s mother
  • Teagan Meredith as Janey Howard, Cooper’s daughter in 2077
  • Frances Turner as Barb Howard, Cooper’s wife in 2077 and a Vault-Tec executive
  • Matt Berry
    • as “Mr. Handy”, a General Atomics helper bot in 2077
    • as “Snip Snip”, one of the organ harvesters
    • as Sebastian Leslie
  • Michael Esper
    • as Bud Askins
    • as “Brain-on-a-Roomba”
  • Michael Cristofer as Elder Cleric Quintus, Maxmius’s superior
  • Jon Daly as a Snake Oil Salesman
  • Chris Parnell as Ben, the cyclops Overseer of Vault 4
  • Cherien Dabis as Birdie, a surface-born resident of Vault 4
  • Dallas Goldtooth as Charles Whiteknife
  • Eric Berryman as Lloyd Hawthorne
  • Angel Desai as Cassandra Hawthorne
  • Mykelti Williamson as Honcho, a bounty hunter who revives Howard
  • Cameron Cowperthwaite as Monty, a raider who seduces Lucy
  • Mike Doyle as Bob Spencer
  • Michael Emerson as Dr. Siggi Wilzig, an enigmatic wanderer who aids Lucy
  • Michael Rapaport as Knight Titus, whom Maximus initially serves
  • Dale Dickey as Ma June, a cantankerous shopkeeper in the settlement of Filly
  • Neal Huff as Roger, a ghoul
  • Matty Cardarople as Huey
  • Glenn Fleshler as Sorrel Booker
  • Fred Armisen as DJ Carl
  • Erik Estrada as Adam
  • Michael Mulheren as Frederick Sinclair, a top Big MT executive
  • Rafi Silver as Robert House, the founder and CEO of RobCo Industries



Bethesda had been approached multiple times about a television adaptation of the Fallout video games since the developer released Fallout 3 in 2008, according to Bethesda’s Todd Howard, though he felt none of the suggestions met the vision of the Fallout series. Bethesda’s marketing executive Pete Hines had also cautioned the company in 2015 on the potential impact of a poor adaptation of their video games, saying “There’s way more things that can go wrong than can go right with this” since the adaptation’s director may override the vision of the series. Hines pointed to the example of the 2005 Doom film as an example of a bad adaptation. The situation changed when Jonathan Nolan approached Bethesda with his idea of a Fallout television series, having been an avid player of the game series. Howard found that Nolan had a clear vision for the adaptation, and agreed this approach was a good way to bring the game series to the television screen.

The television adaptation was formally announced in July 2020 under Amazon Studios (later renamed Amazon MGM Studios) with Nolan and Lisa Joy developing the work. Joy described the series as “a gonzo, crazy, funny, adventure, and mindfuck like none you’ve ever seen before”.

In January 2022, Geneva Robertson-Dworet and Graham Wagner were hired as showrunners for the series, with Nolan set to direct the pilot episode.

The show is canon with the games. Howard wanted an original story, instead of adapting the games, but the show continues game storylines and factions, such as the Brotherhood of Steel. The show’s 2296 setting is the furthest in the future that the Fallout franchise has occurred.


April 10, 2024

Fallout Season 1 Download Files 

  • E01 – “The End”
  • E02 – “The Target”
  • E03 – “The Head”
  • E04 – “The Ghouls”
  • E05 – “The Past”
  • E06 – “The Trap”
  • E07 – “The Radio”
  • E08 – “The Beginning”

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