Geneva Robertson-Dworet, who once had a hand in the script for Captain Marvel, is involved in the work on the show's plot.
The creators of the upcoming series based on Fallout, Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy, in a conversation with journalists confirmed that the show will have a lot of modern social agenda.
“The [Fallout] games are about the culture of rich-poor divide that, unfortunately, has become more and more acute in recent decades in this country [the United States] and around the world,” Nolan says.
“We can talk about it in a wonderful, speculative fantasy way. I think we're all looking at the world right now and thinking, 'God, things seem to be going in a very, very scary direction.'”
According to Nolan, the series will demonstrate the morality and views of different people through the main character Lucy, who goes on a dangerous adventure with an important mission.
All events in the series will be considered canon for the entire Fallout series, which was confirmed by Bethesda Game Studios executive producer Todd Howard.
The show will premiere on April 12, 2024.
(news cover source: Vanity Fair)