A new rumor claims that the headline video is completely rebooting The Lord Of The Rings: The Rings of Power after Season 1’s creative bankruptcy.

A new rumor says that Prime Video will be fully restarted The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power After the creatively bankrupt first season, which chooses to get rid of Tolkien and replace it with cross-feminism.

Cynthia Addai Robinson as Queen Regent Merrill and Morvid Clarke as Galadriel in The Lord of the Rings: Rings of Power

This new rumor comes from YouTuber Gary Buechler of Nerdrotic who said, “We’ve heard rumors from my guy, Chris Gore, that the makers of the show might end up being fall guys and we might have to wait until after awards season to see if that happens in Indeed “.

He then adds, “I also heard they’re going for a full reboot with this series and trying to pretend that the last couple of months didn’t happen. Spread the word, maybe launch more influencers and try to get people to indulge in bingeing.” power rings. Good luck and may God bless you.”

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And Buchler continued, “And besides, what if I told you that rings of strength It didn’t start this way. It wasn’t supposed to be Awakened Cross Disaster. She did not have – Gandalf. She did not have the rehired Hobbits. She had no halbrand like Sauron, nor did she have the warrior Galadriel.”

“What if I said this show was raped by people like Lindsay Webber and Jennifer Salke. And what if I told you the fan attacks came from above. More on that in the next Rings of Power video,” he quipped.

Sue Kroll, Patrick McKay (Director/Executive Producer), Amazon Studios President, Gene Salk attends the Mexico City red carpet premiere of The Lord Of The Rings: The Rings Of Power

To bolster the rumors he’s heard that Prime Video will restart the series going forward, it has been speculated that the show will see a huge number of viewers drop in season two.

Buechler theorized, “It didn’t have to be like this. I think we all like to root for a good Lord of the Rings show, but that’s not what it is. This is an Amazon product and has very little chance of success with the same people.” after two years “.

He speculated, “I think you’re going to lose half of your audience in the first episode of season two and you’re going to drop from there.” “I guess you’ll end up a lot like Westworld Which just so happens to be another Bad Reboot product that was canceled except for the big difference is that Westworld had a really good first season.”

“You might have had a chance if you had a plain bad show and didn’t attack the fans, but you did and now you’re going to suffer the consequences of a total failure because that’s what happened. He concluded that the only thing Amazon did was all wrong.

Charlie Vickers (Halbrand), Morvid Clarke (Galladril) in The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power from Amazon

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Buechler’s claim to restart the series moving forward echoes what Film Threat founder and industry in-house Chris Gore said during his appearance on Midnight’s Edge in the morning.

Gore stated, “I’ve heard from someone with a connection at Amazon that – if you want to know – this is effectively, it’s retooling. And that [J.D. Payne and Patrick McKay] More than likely… they will not be publicly expelled, but their role will be curtailed.”

He added, “It will probably stay in the writers’ room, but my understanding is that they are looking for more experienced models.”

He then claimed, “They’re well aware of the issues – there’s kind of openly liking what they’re saying and what they’re actually doing behind the scenes. And what they’re doing behind the scenes is they’re afraid this was more of a failure than expected.”

“I think, first, the quality of the show is the number one thing,” he said. The fact that she’s like ‘Why am I still watching this?’ This is sleep. The second thing is the complete rejection of the fans. I can’t believe it’s there–there must be so few people who still love it.”

And third, direct competition from Dragon House“He completed.” Strategically speaking, they announced that they were going out at the same time and even liked the seeds before and after the seeds so to speak. So Dragon House started earlier and Dragon House It will end later. “

Charles Edwards (Celebrimbor), Robert Aramayo (Elronde)

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Following Gore’s claims, a source contacted Bounding Into Comics and told us that Prime Video plans to keep Payne and McKay “this season because they want the Emmys.”

The source added: “Their neglect will lead to any consideration in all categories.”

Daniel Wyman as the Stranger in The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power

Payne and McKay showed no sign of being sidelined. Just before the final season was released, Payne revealed that they plan to focus on Sauron for a second season.

Tell The Hollywood Reporter“Season 1 begins with: Who is Gladrill? Where did she come from? What did she suffer? Why is she pushed? We do the same with Sauron in Season 2. We will fill in all the missing parts.”

MacKay added, “Now Sauron could just be Sauron. Like Tony Soprano or Walter White. He’s evil but intricately evil. We felt that if we did that in season one, it would overwhelm everything else. So season one is like Batman Beginsand the The Dark Knight It is the next movie, with Sauron’s maneuver in the open. We are really excited. The second season has a basic story. Viewers might be like, “This is the story we were hoping to get in season one!” In season two, we give it to them.”

Charlie Vickers as Halbrand in The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power

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Talk to Eagle After the season ended, the two contestants also indicated that they learned important lessons from season one that they will apply to season two.

Payne revealed, “On the show, we have a lot of time to get to know the characters, and to delve into myths and lore. Some of the scenes we filmed didn’t make the final edit. When you put them against the world’s greatest dangers, they didn’t quite weigh in. Even with the smaller character scenes You have to have an idea of ​​how it relates to risk and it will contribute to the whole.”

As MacKay explained, “In Middle-earth, at the end of the day everything is about the fate of Middle-earth. She wants to get back into the battle of good and evil and experience the Force. It’s a high bar for anything so obvious that it deserves a place in the story. Starting this journey five years ago, it was JD and I have an idea of ​​what that bar is. After we’ve gone through that process, we’re more specific about what we really feel like Middle-earth and what it doesn’t look like. Hopefully, we’ve raised the bar for the show in season two.”

LONDON, ENGLAND – AUGUST 30: Showrunner/Executive Producer JD Payne, Showrunner/Executive Producer Patrick McKay attend the world premiere of The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power at Odeon Luxe Leicester Square on August 30, 2022 in London, England. (Photo by Andrew Thames/Prime Video)

What do you think of these latest rumors? What do you think Prime Video will do in response to the poor ratings of rings of strength And the intense reactions from fans to the show?

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