The talented program creator Derek Kolstad will return to the studios to do what he does best. The Splinter Cell series, an upcoming Netflix animated drama based on a video game, will be written by Kolstad, who has worked on a number of productions, including the John Wick series.
He said that animation is so fantastic in an interview with Collider and that he cannot wait to start working on the creation of his program. Together with Davie Daitch and Katie J. Stone, he will co-write the series. Everything we are aware of regarding the upcoming Netflix series is listed below.
Splinter Cell Season 1 Plot
It is reasonable to anticipate that the next series will draw inspiration from the Ubisoft video games. The Third Echelon is followed in the first three Ubisoft games. An NSA reconnaissance squad had ongoing missions to halt the more frequent and violent terrorist strikes. Double Agent, the Splinter Cell story from 2006, follows Sam Fisher, who made the decision to join the expanding gang and quit his job in order to uncover the plot that resulted in his daughter’s murder.
Fisher was given charge of one of his groups after being instructed to do so by the US president, and Blacklist, the next Splinter cell, followed. The three stories, one or two, might serve as the show’s primary sources of inspiration because it was first given the go-ahead two seasons in advance.
Splinter Cell Season 1 Cast
Since the Ubisoft series has featured several characters, there are many to pick from for the future animated series. There’s a good probability Sam Fisher will be the main character. The most accomplished and well-known voice actor in the series, Michael Ironside (Hidden Assets), may take over the Sam Fisher part.
But in the third series of the Ubisoft game, Sam Fisher was also voiced by American Gods actor Eric Johnson. As a result, choosing the cast for the future show is difficult. Tom Hardy, who is well-known for his roles in Venom and The Dark Knight Rises, is another actor who could take on the role of Fisher.
Splinter Cell Season 1 Trailer
It will be some time before the series trailer is out since Splinter Cell Animation filming has not yet begun. The Splinter series won’t debut till 2024 at the earliest.
Splinter Cell Season 1 Release Date
Nobody is certain of the series’ release date even after having spent nearly a decade in production. It may take some time until the game is released since Ubisoft Toronto is currently working on its development and construction. However, we might compare Splinter Cell to other series to gain an idea of how long it will take for the series to be produced. The Splinter-related series Castlevania had a similar phase before being released two years later. The earliest you can anticipate the series to premiere is by 2024 or 2025 if it follows the same timeline. However, this does not exclude the series from debuting earlier, maybe in 2023.
That’s all we know about it so far.