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The Lord Of The Rings: The Rings Of Power unveils its all-female slate of directors for season two

The Lord Of The Rings: The Rings Of Power presents its list of all-female directors and confirms that the second season will be distributed in eight episodes

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Fans of The Lord of the Rings got to see what to expect with the upcoming second season of The Rings Of Power prequel series on Wednesday.

Amazon Studios announced that the upcoming season will feature an amazing all-female directing team, according to Term.

Among the women in charge of the season will be Charlotte Brändström, who previously directed two episodes of the fantasy show’s debut season.

The announcement also clarified that The Rings Of Power, which earned a Critics’ Choice Awards nomination this month for Best Supporting Actor, will get a second season of the same length as the first.

New Faces: Charlotte Brändström, 63, Will Be The Lead Director On Amazon'S Lord Of The Rings Prequel The Rings Of Power, While She Will Be Joined By An All-Female Team Of Directors, According To Deadline; Seen In London In August

New Faces: Charlotte Brändström, 63, will be the lead director on Amazon’s Lord of the Rings prequel The Rings Of Power, while she will be joined by an all-female team of directors, according to Deadline; seen in london in august

In addition to Brändström, the show adds directors Sanaa Hamri and Louise Hooper, both new to the series.

Brändström will take over as lead director for Wayne Che Yip’s season and, like him, will direct four episodes this season.

The director previously directed the sixth episode of the first season, Udûn, which featured a massive battle scene and the eruption of Mount Doom, as well as its immediate follow-up episode The Eye.

Brändström has also been promoted to co-executive producer of the Lord of the Rings series.

Change: In Addition To Brändström, The Show Adds Directors Sanaa Hamri (Pictured) And Louise Hooper, Who Are New To The Series; Seen In 2020

Change: In Addition To Brändström, The Show Adds Directors Sanaa Hamri (Pictured) And Louise Hooper, Who Are New To The Series; Seen In 2020

Mixed Careers: Hamri Got His Start In Music Videos Before Transitioning To Feature Films And Television, While Hooper Got His Start On British Television; Seen In August In London

Mixed Careers: Hamri Got His Start In Music Videos Before Transitioning To Feature Films And Television, While Hooper Got His Start On British Television; Seen In August In London

Change: In addition to Brändström, the show adds directors Sanaa Hamri and Louise Hooper, who are both new to the series. Hamri got his start in music videos before moving into features and television, while Hooper got his start on British television.

Double Feature: Hamri Is Also A Producer And Director Of Another Amazon Fantasy Series, The Wheel Of Time; Still From The Rings Of Power

Double Feature: Hamri Is Also A Producer And Director Of Another Amazon Fantasy Series, The Wheel Of Time; Still From The Rings Of Power

Double feature: Hamri is also a producer and director of another Amazon fantasy series, The Wheel Of Time; Still from The Rings of Power

Originally from Morocco, Hamri got her start directing music videos for Mariah Carey, Destiny’s Child and Prince, among others, before directing Sanaa Lathan’s 2006 film Something New.

He later directed The Sisterhood Of The Traveling Pants 2 and Just Wright, but has worked primarily in television in recent years, including producing and directing another Amazon fantasy series, The Wheel Of Time.

She and Brändström both have general agreements with Amazon.

Hooper has worked in British television for decades, although he recently landed high-profile directing jobs on episodes of The Sandman and The Witcher.

The two newest directors will each star in two episodes of The Rings Of Power.

Leading The Way: Brändström Will Direct Four Episodes Of The Second Season, While Hamri And Hooper Will Direct Two Each; Still From The Rings Of Power

Leading The Way: Brändström Will Direct Four Episodes Of The Second Season, While Hamri And Hooper Will Direct Two Each; Still From The Rings Of Power

Leading the way: Brändström will direct four episodes of the second season, while Hamri and Hooper will direct two each; Still from The Rings of Power

Bottom Line: Amazon Confirmed In Its Announcement That The Second Season Will Feature The Same Number Of Episodes As The First Season With Eight.

Bottom Line: Amazon Confirmed In Its Announcement That The Second Season Will Feature The Same Number Of Episodes As The First Season With Eight.

Bottom line: Amazon confirmed in its announcement that the second season will feature the same number of episodes as the first season with eight.

According to the publication, the announcement also clarifies that the second season will have the same duration as the first with eight episodes.

The first two episodes of the inaugural season were directed by producer JA Bayona, who will step back in favor of new talent.

The Amazon series, which it claims has been viewed by more than 100 million people worldwide, serves as a prequel set thousands of years before the time of Bilbo and Frodo Baggins and the events of the original Lord of the Rings trilogy. the Rings.

According to the streamer, 25 million people watched the premiere episode of the series, making it the biggest premiere to date for Amazon Prime Video.

Journey Through The Past: Claiming To Have Been Watched By More Than 100 Million People Worldwide, The Amazon Series Serves As A Prequel Set Thousands Of Years Before The Time Of Bilbo And Frodo Baggins And The Events Of The Original Trilogy Of The Lord Of The Rings.

Journey Through The Past: Claiming To Have Been Watched By More Than 100 Million People Worldwide, The Amazon Series Serves As A Prequel Set Thousands Of Years Before The Time Of Bilbo And Frodo Baggins And The Events Of The Original Trilogy Of The Lord Of The Rings.

Journey Through the Past: Claiming to have been watched by more than 100 million people worldwide, the Amazon series serves as a prequel set thousands of years before the time of Bilbo and Frodo Baggins and the events of the original trilogy of The Lord of the Rings.

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