Something is going at the tops of Amazon Studios as they are now in motion with making a The Lord Of The Rings TV Series which will be based on one of the biggest cinema successes ever made Lord Of The Rings trilogy.

The Lord Of The Rings TV Series will become the most Expensive Production
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The Lord of the Rings will be Expensive

This tv-episodes in production will be expensive. It will also be filmed in New Zealand, which is pretty cool. It is the newspaper The New Zealand Herald on New Zealand which revealed many suspects about this news during the summer of 2019.

However it took time, but finally, Amazon recently confirmed the news, by publishing an Australian flag on the series’s official Twitter account which you can visit here.

The Lord Of The Rings TV Series will become the most Expensive Production
photosource: Amazon on Twitter

Including announcing the tv-episodes. Amazon also announced the map of the location where the drama and action in the series will be going on at. You can see the map in full size here.

Actors for The Lord Of The Rings series Revealed

Some of the actors that are revealed to be in this new tv-series are Markella Kavenagh and Will Poulter. The last one is known from the sci-fi mindbending series named Black Mirror. You can see the actor in the Bandersnatch episode.

These actors will be playing two of the lead roles, Variety writes which you can find here. According to Radio New Zealand, they can reveal that the production of the series is expected to start in the fall. Also, Cnet writes that Amazon’s goal is to have this humongous prestige tv-series from the Midgard getting done by 2021 which is only 2 years ahead.

The Lord Of The Rings TV Series will become the most Expensive Production
photosource: Amazon on Twitter

It is great to see that someone else than HBO and Netflix with the funds will do such a series. If it is well made, it can be a hit. With Game Of Thrones ended. This might be a huge thing in 2021?

We’re here to report on it in 2 years! Be sure about that. This is too good to be left out!

Source: Amazon, CNET, Variety,