Wondering where to watch the Fallout Series online? Our guide has you covered. There’s not much longer to wait for Prime Video’s ambitious new series based on the iconic videogame franchise of the same name, developed by Westworld’s Lisa Joy and Jonathon Nolan.

You can watch the Fallout Series online over on Amazon Prime, on Thursday, April 11th.

The show was originally supposed to release on the streaming service on April 12th, but now it’s releasing a day earlier. Also, if you love to binge a show like we do—all the episodes will be released at once.

In a world where new series are getting axed left and right (especially at Netflix…) we’ve got some great news. The Fallout Series has seemingly already been renewed for a Season 2.

The Fallout Series will be streaming exclusively on Prime Video. You’ll need a subscription to watch the show.

The Fallout TV Series follows the aftermath of an apocalyptic nuclear exchange in an alternative history version of Earth. The advances in nuclear technology after WWII led to the emergence of a retro-futuristic society and subsequent resource war.

Survivors from the nuclear exchange take refuge in bunkers known as vaults, built for the preservation of society. After more than 200 years, a young woman, Lucy, leaves her home behind—Vault 33—to explore the dangerous and unforgiving Wasteland that has become of Los Angeles in the post-apocalypse.

The show has a stacked cast, with Ella Purnell playing the lead character, Lucy, a native vault dweller. Other cast members include Aaron Moten as Maximus, Walton Goggins as The Ghoul, Moises Arias as Norm, and Kyle MacLachlan as Overseer Hank.

The reception for the Fallout Series is already warm, with the world premiere at the Canneseries being loved by audiences. Early reviewers have also chimed in, saying that the show adapted the game faithfully, staying true to the Fallout world while being accessible.

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By Camellia Hao Ren

Camellia Hao Ren is an Australian journalist and editor. When they aren't writing, they are usually playing games or reading.

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