Rings of Power: Guide to when and where to watch new LOTR series

The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power release date is at last upon us, the show becoming available to stream from 1st September in the USA and 2nd September in the UK. Truth be told: you can tune into the new The Lord of the Rings show at this moment.

The show is accessible on Amazon Prime Video just, so you’ll require a Prime Membership to watch. Amazon will show in up to 4K resolution with HDR (high dynamic range) and Dolby Atmos accessible, so on the off chance that you have perhaps of the best Tv and best soundbars, then you will have an audio-visual feast to get into.


Indeed, you’ll have the option to get into a portion of the new LOTR show, as episodes 1 and 2 become accessible from day one, yet you’ll need to wait on a weekly basis for each new episode to become available for streaming, which happens every Friday. Here’s how The Rings of Power release date calendar looks for the 8 episodes of season one:

The Rings of Power Season 1 Episodes Release Date

  • Episodes 1 & 2: September 1st/2nd
  • Episode 3: September 9th
  • Episode 4: September 16th
  • Episode 5: September 23rd
  • Episode 6: September 30th
  • Episode 7: October 7th
  • Episode 8: October 14th

The Rings of Power Season 1 Cast

  • Morfydd Clark as Galadriel
  • Robert Aramayo as Elrond
  • Owain Arthur as Durin IV
  • Sophia Nomvete as Disa
  • Cynthia Addai-Robinson as Queen Regent Míriel
  • Lloyd Owen as Elendil
  • Trystan Gravelle as Pharazôn
  • Ema Horvath as Eärien
  • Ismael Cruz Córdova as Arondir
  • Charles Edwards as Celebrimbor
  • Benjamin Walker as Gil-galad
  • Maxim Baldry as Isildur
  • Nazanin Boniadi as Bronwyn
  • Charlie Vickers as Halbrand
  • Daniel Weyman as The Stranger
  • Lenny Henry as Sadoc Burrows
  • Markella Kavenagh as Elanor “Nori” Brandyfoot
  • Megan Richards as Poppy Proudfellow
  • Dylan Smith as Largo Brandyfoot
  • Sara Zwangobani as Marigold Brandyfoot
  • Will Fletcher as Finrod
  • Tyroe Muhafidin as Theo
  • Leon Wadham as Kemen
  • Bridie Sisson as TBC

The show is based on 20 rings of power given to different characters all through Middle Earth. That implies the season has a lot more scope and breadth compared to The Lord of the Rings films.

The Rings of Power Season 1 Trailer


There’s a whole lot of hype around The Rings of Power, which is no surprise: the trailer looks totally epic, with Amazon clearly squeezing each and every penny out of its $715 million budget in the production. Regardless of whether you’re not a Rings super fan, it seems to be a visual feast that everyone should watch.