Latest+News+Movies+Reviews+Full Movies+Bollywood+Hollywood+South Indian+Songs+All

Walton Goggins Teases Fallout Season 2, Says Season 1 ‘Unpacked Very Little’ FSalinks


  • Walton Goggins excited for
    season 2, discusses The Ghoul’s 200-year hunt for family.
  • Show explores post-apocalyptic world inspired by 1950s Americana, human characters.
  • Ghoul and Lucy head to New Vegas in pursuit of Hank McLean, with the new season promising humor and camaraderie.

Walton Goggins, who plays The Ghoul in Prime Video’s Fallout series adaptation, says he cannot wait for audiences to see where his character goes in season 2. The adaptation of the acclaimed sci-fi video game series dropped on Prime Video this April and was met with rave reviews from critics and audiences. The series dominated Prime Video’s streaming chart, and was quickly greenlit for a second season. Walton Goggins recently sat down with Josh Horowitz on the Happy Sad Confused podcast to discuss his upcoming projects (including The White Lotus Season 3) and was asked about The Ghoul’s future in Fallout‘s second season.

“The first season really unpacked very little,” Goggins said.

Unlike the show’s other two main characters, Lucy (Ella Purnell) and Maximus (Aaron Moten), who are in their 20s, The Ghoul is the boomer of the show, being over 200 years old. While Goggins didn’t reveal any major details, he admitted that the creative team (including showrunners Geneva Robertson-Dworet and Graham Wagner, and executive producer Jonathan Nolan) have had multiple conversations about how to approach The Ghoul’s two-century-long hunt for his family. Goggins continued:

“There are so many questions left unanswered, and they have an idea of where they want to go. They’ve asked for my input. I’ve had seats at tables now for a long time in that world. But they know exactly what they’re doing.”


Fallout Producer Jonathan Nolan Wonders ‘Where Are All the Original Stories?’

Fallout producer Jonathan Nolan worries for the future of television as adaptations become more and more popular.

The actor hasn’t seen any drafts of season 2’s scripts yet, but he has outlined his hopes for the new season. The finale of season 1 saw The Ghoul and Lucy begin their journey to New Vegas in pursuit of Hank McLean (Kyle MacLachlan). Plot details are being kept tightly under wraps, but Goggins is excited to explore Lucy and The Ghoul’s relationship further in the new season. The actor said:

“There is something that is going to happen the next day, or two days later. Or [wherever] they decide to pick this story up. There is humor, and there’s camaraderie, and there is antagonism between [Lucy and The Ghoul] in these possible scenarios that I would like to see played out.”

Walton Goggins Had to Understand Everything About The Ghoul




Release Date
April 10, 2024


The Ghoul roaming the Wasteland for over 200 years is the least absurd aspect of the Fallout universe. Inspired by 1950s Americana, and the video games, the series is set in a retro-futuristic apocalyptic landscape where resource wars between America and Communist parties have left the world in nuclear oblivion. What grounds the bizarre world is its human characters, and Walton Goggins knew this going into the show. As part of his prep for the role, Goggins said he had to try and understand what it would feel like to live in a barren apocalypse for 200 years. The actor said:

“I mean you can’t really hold anger or sadness for that long. Turns out, you can. If you want something bad enough. I really started, ‘what was day one like? Thinking about how long he went without eating for the first time. How was he injured? Was his daughter injured? The first time he saw someone killed, right? The bodies that he witnessed. The people that he tried to help.”

There is currently no scheduled release date for
season 2. Season 1 is available to stream on Prime Video.

#Walton #Goggins #Teases #Fallout #Season #Season #Unpacked

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Most Popular

To Top