New Zealand is once again a home base for an adaptation of Tolkien’s work, having previously hosted Peter Jackson’s Lord Of The Rings and Hobbit trilogies from the 2000s.
The fantasy TV series has allegedly been the target of trolls posting excessive negative reviews.
The ensemble cast of 'The Rings of Power' relished the chance to delve into unexplored corners of JRR Tolkien's work.
'The Rings of Power' is set during Tolkien's Second Age and features fresh versions of several huge 'Lord of the Rings' characters.
TV's equivalent to the Battle of Helm's Deep might be a little more well-mannered than expected.
Maxim Baldry portrays Isildur, who would go on to cut the One Ring from the hand of Sauron.
The Rings of Power is world building fantasy at its best, which will introduce a new generation to the wonders of Middle Earth.
The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power is nearly upon us, with the first episode due to stream on Prime Video from 2 September.
Lord of the Rings fans were treated to a first look at Amazon's highly anticipated TV series The Rings of Power during the Super Bowl.
The new TV adaptation of Tolkien's work is said to be 'for everyone'.