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We’re only halfway through the first season of Amazon’s edgiest series, The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power, and it already appears that a date has been set to begin production on the second season. The show is the most expensive television series ever made to date, and is scheduled to run for five seasons in total, with the first season alone costing $465 million.
While we still don’t know where we’ll be in the story at the end of the first season, the next batch of episodes will likely pick up the pace a bit more now that we’ve reacquainted ourselves with the world and its lore. as well as having met many of the main characters (we’re still waiting for Sauron to show up!).
Fans have known for some time that filming for the second season would begin in October, but according to this tweet from Fellowship of Fans, production is set to start on October 7, the same day as the penultimate episode of the first season. comes out.
While The Lord of the rings The film trilogy was filmed in New Zealand, as was the first installment of Amazon’s fantasy epic, the rings of power season 2 in various countries to portray Tolkien’s Middle-earth, with the tweet citing various locations in the UK, such as Edinburgh and Water Oakley, as well as Auckland in New Zealand. Although the studio is still very tight-lipped about what’s to come, they’ve opened up about a certain notable elf that will be appearing.
With so much mystery yet to be solved, character names and motives still unknown, we have no idea what will be answered this season or if these mysteries will carry over to season two. We can only keep watching to find out, and the next episode will air on September 23.