The success of the “Wheel of Time” series has already got the heads of Amazon Studios considering the next series, set in the fantasy and sci-fi style. The company plans to introduce the popular video game “Mass Effect”, which will be included in the catalog of Amazon Prime. The most expensive series in history will also appear on this platform next year – a production based on the themes of “The Lord of the Rings” by JRR Tolkien.
Studio Head Jennifer Salk stated in an interview with Deadline Portal. At the same time, it makes no secret that the company is still looking for the most appropriate way to report the viewership of its production. This is not unique when it comes to streaming services, which, due to their online distribution model, cannot boast of traditional viewing results like TV series or movies. For this reason, Salke does not give exact numbers. In her words, in the first three days after the premiere, the first three episodes of “Wheel of Time” scored “tens of millions of views.”
“We will continue to invest in every type of fantasy possible. We have a dedicated team dedicated to this goal. We work tirelessly with our creative partners on future projects.” According to the Deadline portal, Amazon Studios is about to terminate the contract of Electronic Arts’ best-selling video game show – Mass Effect.
The first part of the “Mass Effect” trilogy was released in 2007. It takes place in the Milky Way in the twenty-second century, when humanity gained the ability to fly between the stars. However, the galaxy is threatened with destruction by machines known as Reapers. Only Commander Shepherd could stop their invasion.
The premiere of the most expensive series in history, which will be another Amazon production, i.e. “The Lord of the Rings” was scheduled on the Amazon Prime platform on September 2, 2022. The first season of the series was filmed in New Zealand. The second season will take place in Great Britain. “The series looks amazing,” says Salke. (life PAP)
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