Amazon Prime reveals Lord of the Rings collection time interval

The island of Numemor will characteristic into Amazon’s Lord of the Rings collection.


Amazon Prime’s intriguing Lord of the Rings streaming collection has discovered its place in J.R.R. Tolkien’s fantasy timeline. It will probably be set within the Second Age.

Amazon’s Lord of the Rings Twitter account tweeted “Welcome to the Second Age” on Thursday, together with a hyperlink to an interactive map of Middle-earth.

The Second Age covers an unlimited time interval of over three,400 years, and it was throughout this time the Ring of Power was created. The Second Age ended with the defeat of Sauron’s military by an alliance of Men and Elves. This means the TV present will probably be set nicely earlier than the principle occasions of Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings film trilogy.

This information could also be disappointing to anybody who was rooting for a collection based mostly on a younger Aragorn, the hero performed by Viggo Mortensen within the movies. 

Amazon has been increasing the Middle-earth map and the newest replace consists of the island of Numenor, a kingdom of Men that featured in Tolkien’s The Silmarillion. This will give followers loads to consider as we anticipate the collection to reach. The present is predicted to debut on Amazon Prime in 2021.