Fallout TV Show Now Launching a Day Earlier

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The Fallout TV show was due to hit screens worldwide on April 11, but Prime Video has brought that date one day closer, moving it to April 10 at 6 PM PT. It hasn’t been clarified why the launch date has moved, but it’s a great thing for fans in North America who can realistically watch it an entirely day earlier than they would have previously.

It’s a bit of a kick in the backside to fans in the UK and Europe, though – it’ll now air on Prime Video from around 1 AM BST on April 11, for example. That’ll make it tough to wake up in those regions and not see spoilers plastered over the internet.

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The Fallout TV show has been shaping up for years, and it’s finally here and ready to be viewed. I enjoyed checking out the first episode recently and can say it’s everything I was expecting and so much more – it’s brilliant. There are a lot of storylines to unpack and plenty of references for the franchise’s die-hard fans. It’s also wildly violent, which is great.

This latest change from Prime Video comes a little late, though. It has got up the nose of some fans who took off work specifically to binge-watch the series, given that all episodes are available from the moment the listing goes live.

Are you excited to check out the Fallout TV show?

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