The new aureola The television series has had its first episode released online for free, giving fans a sample of the new. Paramount + Show. The first episode of the series was released last week in Paramount + and had a relatively warm reception by fans. Although some had feelings found about creative elections, as Master Chief revealed his face to the audience, many could see the potential of the series and be open to the program to take a different direction than that of the game. It remains to be seen if that ends up being a good or not, but the aureola the series has been praised by the co-creator of the Marcus Lehto franchise, which is a good sign.
For those who do not have paramount + or they are not sure if they are interested in the aureola series, we have good news. The first episode of the aureola the series has been released for free on YouTube, allowing everyone the opportunity to see the premiere of the series. This comes a week after the first episode, which means that those who enjoy the premiere can subscribe to Paramount + and see the second episode immediately. Before someone starts to theorize that the program has a low performance and this is an act of despair, the premiere of the aureola series set audience records for Paramount +. Paramount has also given green light to a second season of aureola but the launch date or the date of starting production has not been publicly confirmed.
Launching the first episode of a series of online television is not a very rare strategy. Showtime launched the premieres of Dexter: NEW BLOOD and _ BRAILE YOUNTABLE after its broadcast on November 2021. Not only does these new programs further promote, but helps attract more people to subscription services. From now on, it is not clear how many people have seen Aureola in Paramount + and how many will continue to be seen after the premiere. However, Paramount is committed to seeing AUREOLA become a Tquillera series for its subscription service.
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