With Amazon’s live-action bastardzation of JRR Tolkien’s seminal fantasy work done by all metrics, a new rumor suggests the company is “renovating”. The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power for its second season – starting with the split of its current showrunners, JD Payne and Patrick McKay.
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The news of this shock has already been mentioned by famous film critics, industry insiders, and Horror Film Chris Gore was the creator when he appeared on the 314th episode of the YouTube livestream show Midnight’s Edge in the Morning.
Discussing the end of the first period with that day’s panel, Gore was asked by host Andre Einherjar, “What have you heard from your peers in the industry, everything . so surprised with Power rings like the showrunners think we should?”, and the critic agreed, “Well, no.”
In fact, Gore said, not only were his business connections disrespected the first time, but the reception he received was so unusual that Amazon set the right course for the second time.
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“I heard from someone connected at Amazon – if you want to know – that’s good, they’re going to do it again,” he explained. “A [Payne and McKay] more than likely… they will not be eliminated from society, but their role will be reduced.
“It’s still in the writer’s room,” he said, “but I understand they’re looking for more information.”
To this end, Gore pointed out that Amazon “is well aware of the problems” before realizing that while “there is what they say to the public,” there is also “what they do.” behind the scenes”.
“And what they’re doing behind the scenes,” he said, “is that they’re worried that this is worse than expected.”
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Regarding the reason why the top people of the company stay and join their work, Gore suggested that there are three main reasons for this change.
“I think the quality of the show is number one,” he said earlier. “[Audiences are] like ‘Why am I still watching this? This is sleep stimulation.’”
“The second is rejection from the fans,” he said. “I can’t believe… there are so few people left who still want it.”
“And the third is direct competition House of the Dragon,” he concluded. “Like pre-seed and post-seed [of the show’s airing]it started early and ended later [thus keeping it in viewers’ consciousness for a longer period of time]”.
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While it may be years before Gore’s theory is proven or disproved, the record’s lowest ratings currently on review aggregators Metacritic and Rotten Tomatoes make it clear that something that needs to be done if Amazon hopes to justify their $ 1 billion. The Lord of the Rings investment.
In writing, Power rings currently holds a 2.5/10 rating among 2422 on the first issue:
Even in the end, 35548 people left the series with a scathing 39% “Rotten” average.
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Obviously, even without looking at the great waves of speech surrounding the tribute to Tolkien’s work or the cast and crew that didn’t offend the fans of the writer, the series did not go down well with viewers.
And while one might expect to point to its 71/100 and 85% ratings from critics, these numbers are expected because Amazon Studio Boss Jennifer Selke has confirmed the looking at reviews from critics that contain “opinions. we don’t endorse”, which represents the type of opinions expressed by those reviews that were actually published.
In addition, Amazon has tried to divide the audience’s experience of the series in their favor, which is Power rings The crowd numbers are still so low that few people actually enjoy this slogging ride.
Amazon’s entire first season was embarrassing The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power is streaming on Prime Video.
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