Paramount + is starting Clock parties on Twitter with one of the more important programs of the service. Twitter and Paramount + are kicking off a series of follow-up parties for Halo TV series that will give fans a chance to discuss episodes in shared moments. The run begins today (March 25) at 6pm Eastern with a ‘pre-show’ through official accountwith executive producer Kiki Wolfkill and stars Olive Gray and Kate Kennedy meeting online to discuss the series and give a behind-the-scenes look.
From then on, you can expect nine regular “after-show” parties. The first takes place on March 28 at 4 p.m. Eastern, but you can expect the weekly party timings starting April 1 at a similar time. The virtual festival ends on May 20. Streams will include celebrities Halo enthusiasts, fan segments, and other reasons to follow.
Twitter and Paramount+ aren’t shy about the reasoning behind the get-togethers. They hope to recreate the “water-cooling effect” of regular TV, where you rush to share your opinions and speculations about an episode. This probably won’t change Halo into one Game of Thronesblockbuster in the style that everyone is talking about, but it can provide a sense of community that keeps you invested. If nothing else, it shows what you can expect from future parties.
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