Bethesda Registers Fallout Trademark for A TV Show

On January 8, Bethesda filed a trademark application for a Fallout TV show.

The application specifically ties the Fallout name to “Entertainment services in the nature of an on-going television program set in a post-nuclear apocalyptic world.” Before we get too excited, this doesn’t necessarily mean that a Fallout TV show is in the works — Bethesda could simply be protecting its intellectual property in case someone wanted to make a post-apocalyptic show and call it Fallout, a title that rather obviously fits the setting.

Meanwhile, Fallout: Lanius is a real fan film in production revolving around New Vegas’ Legate Lanius. The film will serve as an origin story for the character and feature the voice talent of Mitch Lewis, the actor who played Lanius in the game.


via the Fallout Wiki

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1 Comment on Bethesda Registers Fallout Trademark for A TV Show

Aedelric

On January 17, 2013 at 9:15 pm

Not to forget Nuka Break season 2 is well on it’s way to us. Season 1 did a great job of capturing the spirit of Fallout.