Since there are so many streaming sites available, some people may be unsure where they will be able to stream HALO online once the first episode is released. If you already have Paramount+, you’ll be all set to go on Thursday, March 24th. HALO dropped that morning at 3 a.m. EST (12 a.m. PT). But what if you don’t have Paramount? We’ve got you covered. Here’s how you can watch HALO online.
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So, Where Can You Watch HALO Online?
Of course, we already mentioned Paramount+. If you don’t have it yet, you can subscribe to Paramount+ plans with advertisements or without, for a slightly higher price. You can also grab a yearly plan which will save you even more on the monthly cost. Bit of an investment, but worth it in the long run.
This link will take you to Paramount+, where you can watch HALO online.
You can also use the same link to sign up for the 7-day free trial, if you want to test the platform before you commit. This will require then deciding if you want to get a subscription afterward, but the option is there!
Are you a T-Mobile or Sprint user in the United States? If your answer is “yes”, you may be eligible for a complimentary one-year subscription to Paramount+ under the carrier’s “Paramount+ On Us” promotion. Customers who qualify for the deal will receive a 12-month subscription to Paramount+ Essential, which provides On-Demand access to thousands of episodes and movies with minimal ad interruptions.
Is HALO Available Outside of the U.S. and Canada?
Paramount+ is available in Canada and the United States right now, but the U.K. will have to wait until the summer of 2022 until the service is available to them. If you are located in the U.K. but are not a Sky member, you can still subscribe to Paramount+ when it launches later this year via the official app for Android, iOS, compatible TVs, tablets, and consoles.
HALO won’t be on any other streaming service such as Netflix or the regular Hulu streaming service. Unfortunately for us Netflix users, the TV series is exclusive to Paramount+. And the only way to watch those episodes is going to be through that service (or via a streaming plan that includes access to the Paramount+ channel.)
The official Xbox website stated in a post, “For our biggest fans on Xbox, we are also thrilled to announce that they can watch the series starting day one – Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members will be able to stream ‘Halo’ through an exclusive offer of Paramount+ for 30 days free via Perks, available to claim starting on March 23.”
It was also mentioned in this tweet.
Are you excited about the first episode? So much pressure on the entire team to deliver a show worthy of Master Chief!
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