Launched in November 2021 on Amazon Prime Video, and even before the broadcast of season 2, “The Wheel of Time” was renewed for a third chapter by the streaming platform which believes more than ever in the success of the series created by Rafe Judkins.
She hasn’t finished spinning. Amazon Prime Video took advantage of San Diego Comic-Con to announce that “The Wheel of Time”, a series adapted from the novels by Robert Jordan launched on the streaming platform last November, has been renewed for a season 3. And in bonus, excerpts from the filming of the second chapter – which ended last May – have been unveiled. Enough to satisfy the millions of fans around the world.
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Helmed by Rafe Judkins, the series sets its scene “in a sprawling world where magic exists, and where only certain women are able to practice it, the story follows Moiraine (Rosamund Pike), a member of a very powerful organization exclusively composed of women called Aes Sedai, when she arrives in the small village of Deux-Rivières. It marks the beginning of a perilous journey across the world in the company of five young men and women among whom may be the Reborn Dragon, who will save or destroy humanity”, specifies the official synopsis of “The Wheel of Time”. which, from its launch, was guaranteed to last at least two seasons.
“We are so thrilled to dive deeper into the world of ‘The Wheel of Time’ with Rafe Judkins and his teams, who have done a marvelous job of adapting Robert Jordan’s vision and providing Prime Video subscribers with an incredible experience” , rejoices Vernon Sanders, one of the managers at Amazon Studios, in a press release.
“We couldn’t be happier to give fans new reasons to get excited about the show and to bring even more of the ‘Wheel of Time’ story to our subscribers around the world.” .
For the moment, season 2 of the series – which its creator Rafe Judkins announces as being even richer and more impressive than the first – has no official release date on Amazon Prime Video.