Kiki Wolfkill, the "Halo" TV program producer, discusses the prospect of The Arbiter and other fan favorites appearing in the series.

Many fans are curious about what content from the Xbox games will be included in the show.

Producer Kiki Wolfkill was asked about the prospect of fan-favorite characters like Arbiter appearing in the series in an interview with 's Joe Schmidt.

Wolfkill did not explicitly address Arbiter's appearance. Still, she did note that the producers and 343 Industries are searching for ways to incorporate current Halo lore into the streaming series' environment. In fact, the producer explained:

"What I would say is, again, we always come from a place of canon. And even though the silver timeline is a branch and canon adjacent in some places, part of the amazing thing of working in this universe is you do have these amazing characters to draw from. And so we're absolutely always looking for ways where we can bring in some of these characters that we love in a way that also enhances the story and builds on the story, or even becomes the focus of some of the story points. And there's also, we learned a lot it from season one, and we'll continue to, and we take that forward. So there's places where we want to spend more time with some of the characters in season one than we might have."

The Halo canon in video games, comic books, and novels is distinct from the "silver timeline." 

When 343 Industries first announced that the show would be set in a different chronology, one of the reasons given was that it would allow the creators to incorporate obscure pieces from the expanded world while still allowing them to stray in other ways.

One popular fan theory claims that one of the Elites that Comicbook seen is Thel 'Vadamee. While fans shouldn't put too much faith in that hypothesis just yet, Wolfkill didn't rule it out completely.

It's unclear whether the character will be introduced as 'Vadamee or as someone else, ScreenRant said. 

But with the Sangheili race having already been introduced in the show's pilot, David's iconic figure might very well appear in the future. New episodes of Halo premiere on Paramount+ on Thursdays, so only time will tell.

The Halo television series was originally set to premiere on Showtime in 2015, with Stephen Spielberg serving as executive producer. 

Still, it was repeatedly postponed until it ultimately landed at Paramount, where it was just renewed for a second season. "Halo" arrives on Paramount+ exclusively this Mar. 24.

CBR said the first "Halo" video game trilogy began in 2001 with "Halo: Combat Evolved," developed by Bungie and distributed by Microsoft Game Studios, and was followed by "Halo 2" for the Xbox in 2004, which introduced the Arbiter to the franchise. In 2007, the Xbox 360 version of "Halo 3" was launched. 

Bungie will leave the franchise in 2012, after a number of spinoff titles such as "Halo 3: ODST" and "Halo: Reach," with 343 Industries functioning as the developer ever since. Before his recent debut in Halo Infinity on the Xbox Series X/S in 2021, Master Chief would return in 2012's "Halo 4" and its successor, "Halo 5: Guardians," in 2015.

Experience: HALO by Xbox 360 BALZERS, LIECHTENSTEIN - OCTOBER 29: Master Chief walks through the mine during the HALO 4 launch by Xbox 360 on October 29, 2012 in Balzers, Liechtenstein. Xbox 360 became the only brand to ever transform the Principality of Liechtenstein by taking over iconic landmarks, including a 13th century castle to create a real-life 'Halo' universe within the heart of Europe. Halo 4 on the Xbox will be launched on November 6, 2012. Getty Images for Halo by Xbox 360