According to Amazon, 25 million people around the world watched The Rings of Power on the first day of its release.Photo: Amazon Studios/Ben Rothstein
Since this Friday there are new stories from Middle-earth. Thanks to the Power Rings. Apparently, a lot of people took advantage of the show.
The beginning of “The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power” out loud Amazon The series’ most successful debut ever for the company. For the first time ever, Amazon’s Prime Video streaming service has published viewing statistics, and “The Hollywood Reporter” reports the numbers at the start of the series.
According to Amazon, 25 million people around the world watched The Rings of Power on the first day of its release. According to Prime Video, this is the first ever streaming service to be offered. The first two episodes have been available since September 2. The other six episodes of season one will be released weekly from night through Friday.
“We are a few weeks away from the start of production.”
“The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power” is considered the most expensive series of all time. A total of five seasons are planned. The television program is shown in the second era in the history of Middle-earth. And so it was thousands of years before the events of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings.
Filming for the first season took place until summer 2021 inch New Zealand instead of. The second season will no longer be set in the home of the old “Lord of the Rings”, where Peter Jackson filmed the original films at the time. Great Britain It is intended as a production site. “We wrote our drafts for season two,” show director JD Payne reported recently on an interview With the British “Radio Times” magazine, he added: “We are a few weeks away from starting production.”
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