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Lord Of The Rings TV Series: Latest Updates On Its Release

J. R. R. Tolkien’s novel series Lord Of The Rings has been successfully adapted into films. Now Amazon Prime Video is making the novel into a web series.

When Will Lord Of The Rings Web Series Release On Amazon Prime Video?

Amazon Prime Video plans on launching the web series based on Lord Of The Rings novels in 2024. But, there can be a delay in the debut of the web series. Due to the ongoing pandemic, the production work of the web series has come to a halt. The filming of the series was taking place in New Zealand when coronavirus hit the world. Recently, the government in New Zealand permitted the resumption of work on the upcoming web series. The pre-production work for the series has begun in New Zealand. The makers of the web series plan to resume shooting in the next six months.

Lord Of The Rings TV series: everything we know so far


How Many Seasons Will Be There In Lord Of The Rings Web Series?

Amazon Prime Video commissioned season 2 of Lord Of The Rings web series in 2019. The makers of the series plan on making five seasons for the show. Amazon Studios has signed a $250m rights contract for the web series. It is believed that a budget of $1 billion has been set aside for the upcoming series.

Who Will Be A Part Of Lord Of The Rings Web Series?

Amazon Studio has revealed the cast of the upcoming web series. The cast of the series includes Robert Aramayo, Nazanin Boniadi, and Owain Arthur in the leading roles. The supporting cast of Lord Of The Rings web series includes Tom Budge, Ema Horvath, Markella Kavenagh, Morfydd Clark, Ismael Cruz Córdova, Joseph Mawle, Dylan Smith, Tyrone Muhafidin, Sophia Nomvete, Megan Richards, and Charlie Vickers.

Maxim Baldry of Doctor Who fame will star as the lead actor in the upcoming web series.

What Is The Premise Of Lord Of The Rings Web Series?

The web series will take the viewers to the Second Age of Middle-earth. The series will tell stories about different events that occurred before the Lord Of The Rings events.

J.D. Payne and Patrick McKay are creating the web series for Amazon Prime Video.

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