The Production of Wheel Of Time Season 2 is Nearing completion! Amazon Studios Head Applauds The Show

Fans are still waiting to find out what happens next in Amazon’s original Wheel Of Time episode “The Dragon Reborn”, but the streamer has confirmed that Wheel Of Time Season 2 will be completed. Yes, you did read it correctly. The series is based on Robert Jordan’s bestseller series of the same title. It revolves around Moiraine who is a member the powerful organization of women called Aes Sedai. Aes Sedai members have the ability to use magic that they swear to use to save the world.

But everything changes when Moiraine suspects Dragon is coming to her home. She takes four young people along with her on her journey around the globe. She believes one of them is the Dragon Reincarnation, a powerful individual that is supposed to save or destroy the world. The path she chooses to prove her doubts could have a major impact on the whole Aes Sedai. Is she going to break her word? Only time will tell.

Wheel of Time Season 2: Is It Still Renewable?

The Production of Wheel Of Time Season 2 is Nearing completion! Amazon Studios Head Applauds The Show

Yes, of course! According to reports, Wheel of Time was renewed by Amazon for the second season long before the first. Jennifer Salke, head of Amazon Studios, confirmed that the series was renewed for a second season. They wanted to invest in fantasy of any type. They also wanted to work with creative partners. The streamer still hopes to offer something new for their subscribers. The series’ debut would set records, even though the streamer was unaware.

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Deadline was also informed by Salke that the series’ premiere was the most watched of the year. The pilot episode was one of the Top 5 Amazon Prime Video launches. Amazon Prime, unlike other streaming platforms does not reveal its ratings. Salke said that the streaming service had received tens of thousands of streams in just three days.

According to the third party TVI, Wheel of Time was also tops on social for all launched shows. It was even the most successful series on the streaming giant.

The Wheel of Time outweighs the other fantasy series

The Production of Wheel Of Time Season 2 is Nearing completion! Amazon Studios Head Applauds The Show

According to Parrot Analytics, Wheel Of Time surpassed several fantasy series including The Witcher this weekend. Wheel Of Time was the largest opening on Amazon Prime, after Mirzapur and The Boys (October 2020) respectively. All credit to Amazon’s marketing strategy, which enticed viewers to explore more of the show. Salke said that they welcome criticism, despite the show’s success. They only tried to see the positive side.

Salke praised everyone for bringing such a powerful series to life

The Production of Wheel Of Time Season 2 is Nearing completion! Amazon Studios Head Applauds The Show

Salke also stated that the streamer was pleased with the series’ strong debut. It was the most watched show on the streaming service. This is a testimony to all those involved in the series that brought the fantasy novel to life. The showrunner Rafe Judkins, along with the creative team and Rosamund Pike’s stellar cast, are all part of the amazing cast. Many have fallen in love with the diverse characters and culture. They can’t wait for the next episode of Wheel Of Time Season 2!

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Season 2 of Wheel Of Time: Is Production Still On?

The Production of Wheel Of Time Season 2 is Nearing completion! Amazon Studios Head Applauds The Show

The series was renewed by Amazon in May. However, the creative team did not waste any time continuing filming. Filming began for the second series in Prague, Czech Republic in July. The spokesperson for the streaming platform said that they are close to wrapping principal photography for the second run. We hope that Wheel of Time Season 2 will not be delayed as much as the first season.

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