Until now, the ‘Halo’ TV series had been everything

The official synopsis for the upcoming Episode is currently unavailable, but there’s quite a bit we can see of it in the official promo that dropped a day ago. With the title “Inheritance,” the show seems to be pivoting to a story on the sidelines involving Kwan Ha. The fans haven’t exactly been positively receptive to the character.

It does raise some questions as to why the show is diverting its focus on Kwan instead of Chief. With only three more installments to go in the First Season, we expect to see more of Master Chief in the penultimate and the final episodes. Meanwhile, fans are also holding out for hope that Kwan’s storyline plays into the main plot in some significant way. So far, there have been few indications of that happening but never say never.

Until now, the ‘Halo’ TV series had been everything that fans expected it to be. It is full of action, amazing quality, and top-notch acting. Apart from that, the show gives the audience something from the video game series each week. Hopefully, that’ll remain the case for Halo TV series episode 7.

The TV show is expected to feature 10 episodes in its inaugural season. However, it was later revealed that season 1 would flaunt nine episodes instead. Considering episode 7 releases this week, we are very close to the season finale.

This is it from our end for this article. What are your expectations from Halo TV series episode 7? Let us know your views in the comments section below.

Christopher Pike, played by Anson Mount, is taking the captain’s chair of the Enterprise in this new series, and, unless you’re the type to be fluent in Klingon, you'd be forgiven for not recognising him.

As a legacy character who has undergone many iterations in the nearly 60 years that Star Trek has been on our screens, Pike’s path through the final frontier is a little hard to keep track of.

So ahead of the series’ US release, and eventual UK release, it’s as good a time as any to look back on the character and understand not just who he is, but who he will be.

Christopher Pike first appeared in 1965 in Star Trek’s original unaired pilot. The episode, titled The Cage, featured Pike as the captain of the USS Enterprise and he was played by film actor Jeffrey Hunter. Alongside him were Majel Barrett-Roddenberry as Number One, John Hoyt as Dr Phillip Boyce, and Leonard Nimoy as, of course, Mr Spock.

The episode sees Pike and his crew take on the Talosians, a race of mind-bending aliens who wish to breed humans as slaves on their ruined planet, Talos IV. On arrival, Pike falls for a young woman called Vina, who crash-landed on the planet years before but was saved by the Talosians’ illusion technology. By the end of the episode Pike and the aliens make peace, but he must leave Vina behind in order for her to stay well.

According to creator Gene Roddenberry’s biography, Hunter was brought on to play Pike over the course of 16 days, and was paid $10,000 for his part in the pilot.

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However, when the pilot was rejected by NBC and a second pilot attempt was commissioned, Hunter chose not to return, preferring to be free to pursue other roles. And so came the time of James T Kirk, played by William Shatner, and the show that we all know and love today was formed.

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