Stream Video Game Series Season 1 & 2

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Quick Answer: Stream every episode of Halo on Paramount+. Get a seven-day free trial here.

The battle between the Spartans and the Covenant rages on with another season of Halo now out on Paramount+. The Paramount+ series, based on the hugely popular video game franchise of the same name, returned for its second season earlier this year and garnered positive reviews from critics.

If you’re looking to catch up on the story of Master Chief John-117 (Pablo Schreiber), read on. Below is a quick guide on where to stream both seasons of Halo, plus details on the series’ cast, plot, and future seasons.

Where to Stream Halo Online

Both seasons of Halo are streaming on Paramount+, so you’ll need a subscription to the streaming service to watch the show. However there are a few ways to get Paramount+, and a few different plans to choose from that will all let you watch Halo Seasons 1 and 2. Here are all of your options:

Get Paramount+ (Standalone)

The most straightforward way to get Paramount+ for Halo is to sign up through the streamer’s website (or app). Paramount+ offers two subscription tiers: Paramount+ Essential ($5.99 a month) and Paramount+ with Showtime ($11.99 a month). The upgraded Paramount+ with Showtime plan removes ads on on-demand content, gets you access to Showtime exclusives, and lets you livestream your local CBS station 24/7. Both plans start with a seven-day free trial and will let you watch Halo.

Get Paramount+ Through Hulu

Another way to get Paramount+ is to add it to your Hulu subscription. Hulu only offers the Paramount+ with Showtime option, which adds $11.99 a month to your existing Hulu plan.

Get Paramount+ Through Prime Video

You can also get Paramount+ through your Prime Video account if you want your Paramount+ subscription attached to your Prime Video subscription. You can get either Paramount+ plan through Prime Video, and the pricing is the same as it is if you go through Paramount+: $5.99 a month for Paramount+ Essential and $11.99 a month for Paramount+ with Showtime.

No matter which of the above options you choose, you’ll be able to watch both seasons of Halo in their entirety. Plus, you’ll get access to a ton of other Paramount+ series like 1883 and Star Trek: Picard, as well as movies like Top Gun: Maverick and Dungeons & Dragons.

When Did Halo Season 2 Come Out?

Halo Season 2 premiered its first two episodes on Feb. 8 and ran for eight episodes. The season finale was released on Paramount+ on March 21.

Halo Series Cast

Halo Season 2 sees the return of several cast members, including Pablo Schreiber as Master Chief, plus Natascha McElhone as Spartan-II Program creator Dr. Catherine Halsey, Charlie Murphy as Makee, and Jen Taylor as Cortana.

Will There Be a Halo Season 3?

The finale of Halo Season 2 was an action-packed one, leaving fans asking the big question: Will the be a third season of the series? The short answer is we don’t know yet. Nothing has been confirmed, but Season 2 garnered a much better critical response than Season 1, which could lead to a Season 3 greenlight.

How Can You Play All the Halo Games?

Halo games are only available to play on Xbox or PC, so if you’re a PlayStation or Switch user, you’re unfortunately out of luck. You can grab the most recent Halo release, Halo Infinite on Amazon right now for your console or your PC.


Halo 5 and every other older Halo game is also available on Amazon. You can also subscribe to Xbox Game Pass right now for just $14.99 a month ($1 for your first 14 days) and get access to a bunch of Halo titles digitally as well.



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