It looks like the filming of TV series based on the popular Fallout role-playing game series has finally wrapped (or at least it’s close to wrapping). Actor Walton Goggins (Justified, Django Unchained, The Hateful Eight) writes about it on his Instagram.

He admits that he was quiet for a long time because he was very busy, but he finally has time for himself and his family — and he promises fans that the series will be a real “tsunami” for them. On the other hand, his post could be taken as saying he’s done working on his role — and according to show’s IMDb page, Walton Goggins only appears in four episodes out of ten, so there’s a chance filming is still going on.

Amazon Studios announced the Fallout series back in July 2020, but the actual work on it launched only two years later, in the summer of 2022. The director of the series is Jonathan Nolan (Interstellar, The Dark Knight, Westworld), it is starring Moises Arias (Ender’s Game, The King of Staten Island), Ella Purnell (Kick-Ass 2, Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children), and Kyle McLachlan (Dune, Twin Peaks).

There is no release date for the series yet, but most likely, Fallout should be expected no earlier than the end of 2023 on TV screens.