The voice actor for Three Dog from "Fallout 3" recently said that you would hear more from the character in the future. Many suspected that meant "Fallout 4" was on the way. It turns out it may be as part of a television show judging by a new patent filed by Bethesda that was discovered Wednesday.
A "Fallout" trademark for "Entertainment services in the nature of an on-going television program set in a post-nuclear apocalyptic world" was registered on Jan. 8 according to the filing with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Voice actor Erik Dellums then made the comment about Three Dog a day later as The Vault points out.
The universe of "Fallout" is certainly ripe for exploitation as a TV show and post-apocalyptic programming is a popular theme lately."Falling Skies" has done well enough to be renewed for its third season and SyFy is readying its "Defiance" series for launch in April. And, of course, there's the zombie apocalypse with "The Walking Dead".
"Fallout" has a fairly well-defined and compelling story with fallout shelter survivor being forced out into a world full of mutants, monsters, bandits and survivors. It could do well in the right hands or be a complete boondoggle in the wrong hands.
Via: Fallout Wiki