Finally, the mythology of Middle-earth returns with The Rings of Power, the prequel series of Lord of the Rings, and from which we share with you where its history is based.
After several years of waiting, finally in 2022 the mythology of The Lord of the Rings and Middle Earth now returns to the small screen with Rings of Power, a series that will be a prequel to the film saga directed by Peter Jackson.
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Although The Lord of the Rings has a prequel trilogy with the case of The Hobbit, the new series that will reach digital platforms is a story that takes place centuries behind these stories that came from JRR Tolkien’s books to the screen great.
In this series we will not see well-known characters such as Frodo, Samwise, Aragorn or Éowyn, but the adventure will come from the first episode.
From Tolkien’s vision to the first TV adventure
One of the doubts is if there is a book from which the story of The Rings of Power is inspired, similar to what happened with The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit, which emanated from the homonymous works that were published since 1954
The Rings of Power is based on a book. This series draws inspiration from material Tolkien wrote in the long and dense appendices at the end of his The Lord of the Rings novels. These appendices contain detailed histories of the Second Age.
This plot takes place during a time of relative peace after the defeat of Morgoth, Sauron’s master. The story of The Rings of Power promises to visit the Misty Mountains, the Wood Elves’ capital of Lindon, and the shores of the island kingdom of Númenor.
The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power will premiere on September 2 on the Amazon Prime Video digital platform.
Sources: Comicbook / Prime Video
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