The “Lord of the Rings” series of Amazon is going forward with a second season.
Lord of the Rings is now expected to go into an extended hiatus in pre-production for his first season after shooting the first two episodes.
The production is scheduled to take four to five months after the first two episodes of Season 1 are shot under the direction of J.A. Bayona. During this time, Patrick McKay and the writing team of the Lord of the Rings franchise will start working on the Season 2 scripts.
The recently expanded Season 1 suspension will last in New Zealand, where the series will be filmed, until the end of the winter season. There is also a chance stated that Season 1 and 2 will end up shooting back-to-back. Or at the very least, certain scenes for Season 2 would be shot during the production of Season 1.
The series, which remains untitled, is set in the Oscar-winning film franchise’s Middle Earth and will take place in the run-up to the first film’s events, “The Fellowship of the ring”. Amazon first acquired the rights to adapt “The Lord of the Rings” to stream back in 2017, an agreement that included a multi-season commitment and the potential for a further spinoff series.
Lord of Rings Season 2 Cast
Will Poulter, Joseph Mawle and Markella Kavenagh are part of the cast of the series? Well, there is no official announcement related to the information about the cast till now. Lord of the Rings Season 1 is going to upper the ante for a 20 episodes debut season!
A schedule for the prequel series has been confirmed and there are strict security measures in place to secure the broadcast. When it comes to the highly anticipated prequel series, there’s a lot to be curious about and anxious about. Supporters have every incentive to get excited on the basis of everything learned so far.