|Red vs. Blue: Singularity
|Filmed using||Halo 5: Guardians|
Halo: Combat Evolved (PC)
|Genre||science fiction, comedy, drama|
|Running time||139 min.|
|Created by||Burnie Burns|
|Directed by||Josh Ornelas (even episodes)|
Austin Clark (odd episodes)
|Written by||Jason Weight|
Miles Luna (additional, story)
Joe Nicolosi (story)
|Production company||Rooster Teeth|
|Release(s)||March 9 to May 25, 2019|
|No. of episodes||12|
Red vs. Blue: Singularity is the seventeenth season of Red vs. Blue, premiering in 2019. It finishes the story arc set up by Red vs. Blue: The Shisno Paradox, albeit without writer-director Joe Nicolosi, who left for another Rooster Teeth project. Nicolosi still helped build up the story with the previous season's co-writer, Jason Weight (now promoted to lead writer) and Miles Luna (who wrote a whole episode in Singularity and helped with others). Machinimators Josh Ornelas and Austin Clark were promoted to directors.
Synopsis[edit | edit source]
It took two seasons for the Reds and Blues to break the universe, but they’re about to discover that things can always get worse.
The flow of time is in disarray now that Chrovos has been freed from their old prison, and the Reds and Blues are unwittingly trapped, reliving their past memories. Fortunately, there’s still one person in the universe who can do something about it: Donut. Thanks to his quick thinking, Donut manages to trap Chrovos in a temporary cell, but it won’t hold for long. Chrovos’ lackey, Genkins, travels through time with the Reds and Blues and changes the events of their history, creating cracks in an increasingly fragile timeline. If Donut can’t find a way to snap his friends out of it, Chrovos will truly be free and life as we know it will be rewritten.
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