The Lord of the Rings, the most talked-about web series on Amazon Prime, has concluded. Seven episodes have been released thus far, and the season finale or episode 8 will shortly be premiering on the OTT platform.
There are thousands of years between The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, which is why The Rings of Power is set in that time period. The show is a joint production between Amazon Studios and New Line Cinema.
The Rings of Power Episode 8 Release Date
On September 1, 2022, the first two episodes of the 8-part online series launched on Amazon Prime to the highest audience ever for a prime video premiere.
The photography, as well as the show’s imagery, musical soundtrack, and performances, are all receiving high praise.
On October 7, 2022, Season 7 premiered. And the series finale, episode 8, will premiere on Friday, October 14, 2022.
On Friday at 9 PM PT/12 AM ET, Season 8 Episode 8 will premiere on Prime Video in all regions. Here are the Amazon Prime Video pricing and subscription specifics for those who are interested but have yet to sign up.
Who Is in The Cast of The Rings of Power?
Morfydd Clark (Galadriel), Joseph Mawle (Adar), Robert Aramayo (Elrond), Ismael Cruz Córdova (Arondir), Lloyd Owen (Elendil), Maxim Baldry (Isildur), Charlie Vickers (Halbrand), Daniel Weyman (The Stranger), and Cynthia Addai-Robinson (The Stranger) all star in The Rings of Power (Queen Regent Miriel).
Nazanin Boniadi as Bronwyn, Ema Horvath as Airen, Tyroe Muhafidin as Theo, and Sophia Nomvete as Durin IV also star. Other notable cast members include Benjamin Walker as High King Gil-galad, Charles Edwards as Celebrimbor, Tyroe Muhafidin as Theo, and Owain Arthur as Prince Durin IV (Princess Disa).
What Is the Plot of The Rings of Power Episode 8?
There are still many unanswered questions and many mysteries to be revealed, but the conclusion is near in this final chapter.
With our heroes scattered over Middle-earth after the explosion of Mt. Doom and the spread of evil across the region now known as Mordor, we can only hope that the identities of the Stranger and Sauron will be revealed before the end credits roll.
Everyone seems to be putting their money on Halbrand to take down Sauron, but the writers could pull off a major upset.
Middle-elves earth’s and dwarves will band together to defend the region, and the show’s teaser has hinted at some major plot twists in the season’s final episode. There’s still a good chance that the Stranger is actually a young Gandalf disguised as a Maia.
What Happened in The Rings of Power Episode 7?
Southlands’ destruction from pyroclastic clouds and blazing rocks during a volcanic eruption is famously tough to clean up. Galadriel and the remaining Nmenóreans and Southlanders emerged into a gloomy hellscape filled with floating embers and blazing ash.
With the merry Harfoots behind them, Nori and her people finally reach their objective, only to be met with a burning boulder hurled from Mt. Doom’s wrath, which has scorched the surrounding land. Before leaving to visit the “large folk,” the Stranger uses his talents to transform the barren landscape into a verdant oasis complete with fruit trees.
The strange women in white robes follow the Stranger to the Harfoots’ caravan, where they burn down the rebuilt camp before leaving in search of the meteor man. The Harfoots, led by Nori, is going to go warn him first.
Elrond pleaded with Prince Durin and his father also named Durin at Khazad-dûm to help rescue the elven race by providing a large quantity of Mithril. But the mines are risky business if more has to be dredged from the depths.
When Prince Durin sees that a piece of Mithril can save a wilting Lindon leaf, he disobeys his father and reopens the mine, which leads to the discovery of a rich vein of Mithril. Elrond and his son were attempting to escape Khazad-dûm, but King Durin caught them and exiled Elrond.
Is There a Trailer for The Rings of Power Episode 8?
A season-ending teaser was released by Amazon Studios and Prime Video, which, despite not being in the habit of releasing episode trailers, nevertheless instilled a rousing attitude, highlighted the spectacle, and piqued our interest for the big Sauron reveal to close out this first season in a wave of emotion.
On their search for survivors, Galadriel and Theo came across Elendil, Bronwyn, Arondir, a severely wounded Halbrand, and the blind Queen Regent Miriel at a Nmenórean encampment. Despite Isildur’s disappearance, his trusty horse, Berek, believes he is still alive.
With the remaining troops on board, Miriel and Elendil sailed back to Nmenór. Bronwyn, Theo, and Arondir are traveling to Pelargil, a defunct Nmenórean settlement. To get their hands on some powerful elven medication, Galadriel and Halbrand must travel to Lindon and report to High King Gil-galad.
When King Durin seals the Mithril mine in Moria, he tosses a leaf inside, and we witness it as it shrivels and burns as the vengeful Balrog demon emerges from its underground slumber.