The Lord of The Rings: The Rings of Power – Tráiler Oficial

The Rings of Power temporada 2: fecha de lanzamiento en Prime Video, tráiler, elenco confirmado, sinopsis de la trama y más

La segunda temporada de Rings of Power se forjó en los fuegos del Monte del Destino: esto es lo que sabemos hasta ahora

Una captura de pantalla de Sauron disfrazado de Annatar en la temporada 2 de Los Anillos del Poder

La segunda temporada de The Rings of Power se estrenará en Prime Video a fines de agosto. (Crédito de la imagen: Amazon MGM Studios)

Faltan menos de dos meses para que la segunda temporada de The Rings of Power se estrene en Prime Video . Así es, la serie de alta fantasía aclamada por la crítica regresará a nuestras pantallas muy pronto, así que es hora de empezar a conocer lo que vale la pena saber sobre ella.

En esta guía, aprenderás más sobre la segunda entrega de The Rings of Power . Eso incluye su fecha de lanzamiento oficial, elenco confirmado, sinopsis de la trama, primer tráiler y uno de los mejores programas de Prime Video que se lanzará en el servicio de transmisión principal de Amazon .

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La segunda temporada de The Rings of Power se estrenará en Prime Video el jueves 29 de agosto . La confirmación se reveló en los últimos segundos del primer tráiler de la segunda temporada de The Rings of Power , que también demostró que se han aprendido lecciones de la primera temporada (más adelante se explicará por qué).

Gil-galad, Elrond, Celebrimbor y Galadriel están alrededor de una mesa con la pieza de mithril apoyada sobre ella en el episodio 8 de The Rings of Power.

Está previsto que todos los personajes principales de The Rings of Power regresen.(Crédito de la imagen: Prime Video)

A continuación se incluyen importantes spoilers de la temporada 1 de The Rings of Power . También se comentan posibles spoilers del reparto de la temporada 2.


Aquí está la lista completa del elenco de la temporada 2 de The Rings of Power hasta el momento ( NB: los seis actores finales aún no han sido confirmados para aparecer, pero esperamos que sean parte del procedimiento):

  • Morfydd Clark como Galadriel
  • Charlie Vickers como Sauron/Annatar
  • Robert Aramayo como Elrond
  • Benjamin Walker como el gran rey Gil-galad
  • Charles Edwards como Celebrimbor
  • Ismael Cruz Córdova como Arondir
  • Lloyd Owen como Elendil
  • Maxim Baldry como Isildur
  • Trystan Gravelle como Pharazôn
  • Owain Arthur como el Príncipe Durin IV
  • Sophia Nomvete como la princesa Disa
  • Peter Mullan como el rey Durin III
  • Markella Kavenagh como Eleanor ‘Nori’ Brandyfoot
  • Megan Richards y Poppy Proudfellow
  • Daniel Weyman como El Extraño
  • Sam Hazeldine como Adar
  • Rory Kinnear como Tom Bombadil
  • Nia Towle como Estrid
  • Tyroe Muhafidin como Theo
  • Cynthia Addai-Robinson como la reina regente Míriel
  • Ema Horvath como Eärien
  • Leon Wadham como Kemen
  • Dylan Smith como Largo Brandyfoot
  • Sara Zwangobani como Marigold Brandyfoot

El final de la primera temporada de The Rings of Power reveló que Halbrand era el disfraz humano de Sauron, también conocido como el principal antagonista de El Señor de los Anillos. En la segunda temporada, veremos mucho más de Maiar, particularmente en su forma élfica de Annatar, el llamado Señor de los Dones en quien Sauron se hace pasar para engañar a los elfos y que lo ayuden a crear más anillos del título.

Esperamos ver a Valandil de Alex Tarrant, Waldreg de Geoff Morrell, Vilma de Maxine Cunliffe y Malva de Thusitha Jayasundera la próxima temporada, aunque las apariciones de Vilma y Malva dependen del regreso de la comunidad de Harfoot (más sobre esto más adelante).

En cuanto a los que no volverán, la mayor omisión del elenco será Nazanin Boniadi, quien interpretó a Bronwyn en la temporada 1. Según Instagram (ver arriba), Boniadi confirmó que no regresará para la segunda temporada del programa.

Joseph Mawle tampoco regresará como Adar, ya que la temporada 2 de The Rings of Power dejará caer a una de sus grandes estrellas en diciembre de 2022. El elfo caído será interpretado por Sam Hazeldine ( Peaky Blinders ) en la temporada 2. Sadoc Burrows de Lenny Henry, quien murió en el episodio 8 de la temporada 1, y The Mystics (estos últimos fueron destruidos por The Stranger durante ese episodio) tampoco regresarán.

En cuanto a los nuevos actores, recientemente se han revelado los personajes interpretados por dos de los 17 actores que ya se habían anunciado para la segunda temporada. En primer lugar, la segunda temporada de The Rings of Power incluirá por primera vez a un personaje favorito de los fans en un proyecto de acción real de El Señor de los Anillos : Tom Bombadil, que será interpretado por Rory Kinnear ( James Bond ).

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En segundo lugar (y por último, por ahora), Nia Towle ( Persuasion ) ha sido contratada para interpretar a Estrid, un personaje completamente nuevo que se cruzará con Isildur y podría tener grandes implicaciones en la historia con respecto a este último (según IGN ).

En cuanto al resto de las incorporaciones al reparto de la segunda temporada: seis se anunciaron junto con la marcha de Mawle (ver el enlace de arriba), ocho más se forjaron en los fuegos del Monte del Destino (metafóricamente hablando) y la ronda final de anuncios de nuevos miembros del reparto reveló que se habían sumado estrellas de Star Wars y Harry Potter a sus filas. Lee la lista a continuación para más detalles:

  • William Chubb ( El hombre de arena )
  • Kevin Eldon ( Juego de Tronos )
  • Will Keen ( La materia oscura )
  • Selina Lo ( Hellraiser )
  • Calum Lynch ( Bridgerton )
  • Stuart Bowman ( Alex Rider )
  • Gavi Singh Chera ( El Proyecto Lázaro )
  • Oliver Alvin-Wilson (Lovesick)
  • Ben Daniels (Foundation)
  • Yasen “Zates” Atour (Young Wallander)
  • Gabriel Akuwudike (1917)
  • Nicholas Woodeson (Rome)
  • Amelia Kenworthy (N/A)
  • Ciaran Hinds (Harry Potter)
  • Tanya Moodie (Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker)

One new character confirmed we’ll see is Cirdan the Shipwright (per Time magazine). In the source material, Cirdan was Lord of the Falathrim in the First Age and owned one of the titular rings – Narya – before passing it onto Gandalf. Benjamin Walker, who plays High King Gil-galad, has teased (via Nerdist) that Cirdan will be an “important influence” on his character.

Cirdan isn’t the only elf who could feature. In season 1 episode 7, Galadriel name-checked Celeborn, the elf she’s wedded to and who she presumes is dead. However, Tolkien fans know he’s still alive, that the duo eventually reunite, and then make the city of Lothlórien their permanent home. Speaking at a press event that TechRadar attended, though, co-showrunner Patrick McKay refused to confirm Celeborn will appear in season 2.

Elsewhere, Charles Edwards, who plays Celebrimbor, wants to see a deep-cut dwarf character, aka the dwarf known as Narvi, make their live-action debut. And it seems he’ll get his wish, with The Fellowship of Fans (TFoF) suggesting we’ll see Celebrimbor and Narvi create the Doors of Durin in a flashback sequence. Empire magazine has also confirmed we’ll see a new type of troll – Damrod the Hill-Troll, who’ll be voiced by Benjamin Walker (he’s on dual acting duties this season) and joins Adar’s orc army.

Finally, with the first of the titular rings being crafted in season 1, we’ll see the other 17 forged in season 2. Characters like Khamûl the Easterling – one of the nine Ringwraiths – then, could make their live-action debut.

Galadriel monta un caballo al galope en la temporada 2 de The Rings of Power

The Rings of Power season 2 will pick up directly after its forebear. (Image credit: Ben Rothstein/Prime Video)

Full spoilers follow for The Rings of Power season 1.


Here’s The Rings of Power season 2’s official plot synopsis: “In season 2 of The Rings of Power, Sauron has returned. Cast out by Galadriel, without army or ally, the rising Dark Lord must now rely on his own cunning to rebuild his strength and oversee the creation of the Rings of Power, which will allow him to bind all the peoples of Middle-earth to his sinister will.

“Building on season 1’s epic scope and ambition, the new season plunges even its most beloved and vulnerable characters into a rising tide of darkness, challenging each to find their place in a world that is increasingly on the brink of calamity. Elves and dwarves, orcs and men, wizards and harfoots… as friendships are strained and kingdoms begin to fracture, the forces of good will struggle ever more valiantly to hold on to what matters to them most of all… each other.”

Un primer plano de Annatar/Sauron retenidos por elfos en la temporada 2 de The Rings of Power

Sauron will masquerade as an elf named Annatar in season 2. (Image credit: Amazon MGM Studios)

Now that Sauron has been revealed – Vickers told TechRadar he didn’t know he was playing Sauron until filming the third episode – Middle-earth’s legendary villain is going to take center stage. In fact, season 2 will be “all about the villains”, according to co-showrunners Patrick McKay and J.D. Payne, so we’ll see more of Middle-earth’s nefarious beings this time around.

But back to Sauron. He’s arrived in Mordor to make it his base of operations and, with Adar and his followers already inhabiting this realm, it’ll be fascinating to see if they team up with Sauron. Vickers told TechRadar that he’d be excited to explore the pair’s frosty relationship further, which we already glimpsed in season 1, adding: “I really love that dynamic. These characters have a long history, so I’d be keen to explore that further and even build on it.”

As for Galadriel, her decision not to tell her elven kin about Sauron is going to come back and haunt her. Not only does Elrond already knows she’s lied to him – he found the Southlands’ royal lineage scroll, which Galadriel used to work out who Halbrand was, in last season’s finale – but Sauron is also set to deceive the elves once more. Indeed, this season, he’ll assume his Annatar alias, with the view to persuading Eregion’s elven smiths to help him create more of the titular rings. Those glaring errors means Galadriel has a “desperation to redeem herself”, according to actor Morfydd Clark (per Empire magazine).

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Speaking of the aforementioned rings, there are more to create, including the One Ring. Vickers wouldn’t tell TechRadar if the One Ring will be made in season; instead saying Sauron “has a plan”. Take that as a yes, then.

Regarding their creation, Tolkien’s source material states the rings for the dwarves and men (seven and nine respectively) were created alongside the One Ring and elven ones. However, the latter trio’s creation didn’t happen alongside their brethren in Amazon’s TV show, which has played pretty loose with some Tolkien lore.  However, this season will follow Tolkien’s literary works much more closely, so the other 17 rings should be forged before season 2 ends. The first trailer confirmed Durin’s Ring will be made, so we suspect the others will be, too.

Anyway, The Stranger and new Harfoot buddy Nori are heading to Rhûn in Middle-earth’s far eastern regions to learn more about his identity, his past, and his powers. Will they run into Khamûl or the two Blue Wizards, providing The Stranger isn’t one of that duo? We certainly hope so.

As for the other Harfoots, they’re headed for pastures new again. Speaking during a press screening, which TechRadar attended, in October 2022, McKay confirmed we’ll be reunited with them at some point and even teased their involvement in Hobbiton’s founding.

We should find out where the Southlanders have relocated to, too. Season 1 episode 7 confirmed the Southlands is the region that becomes Mordor after The Rings of Power episode 6’s explosive ending. Additionally, Bronwyn suggested the remaining Southlanders would resettle in Pelargir, a city on the banks of the river Anduin that becomes Gondor’s main port in the Third Age.

This group – Silvan elf warrior Arondir, who accompanies them, aside – were absent from the first trailer, so we’re still waiting to find out more about their season 2 subplot. It’s unlikely, though, that season 1 marked the end of the Southlanders’ time in the series. In the source material, Pelargir becomes a haven for the Faithful – Númenóreans who are friendly with the elves – during the island kingdom’s moral decline in the Second Age. If events play out like they do in Tolkien’s works, we’ll see them again.

Arondir, Isildur y Estrid miran algo fuera de la pantalla en la temporada 2 de The Rings of Power

Arondir and Isildur will be joined by newcomer Estrid in season 2. (Image credit: Ross Ferguson/Prime Video)

In Khazad-dûm, King Durin III and Prince Durin IV need to resolve their familial dispute, with the former stripping his son of his titles after they fell out over the mining of mithril. We believe season 2 will depict the brutal Siege of Eregion in its final few episodes, however, meaning the pair will make amends before Durin III’s forces come to Eregion’s aid to try and stop Sauron’s army from decimating the city. In the literature, King Durin sends a legion of dwarven warriors to do just that as the War of the Elves and Sauron begins. It would make sense, then, for him to patch things up with his son (and the elves) to ensure that Middle-earth’s timeline plays out in the same way here.

The two Durins will also need to set their differences aside to deal with a prominent Balrog – aka Durin’s Bane – who was teased in season 1. Asked by TechRadar if we’ll see it again, McKay simply teased: “Season 2, sir. Stay tuned”. The first trailer teased the Balrog’s emergence, so expect it to attack Khazad-dûm at some stage.

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Then there’s the forthcoming upheaval in Númenor. King Palantir is dead, meaning Queen Regent Míriel should be crowned the island realm’s next ruler. However, with Míriel blinded in season 1 episode 7, plus what we know of Númenor’s history, Pharazôn will make a play for the throne. That, coupled with Sauron (albeit in a disguise) worming his way into Númenorean high society – we don’t know if this’ll be tackled in The Rings of Power season 2 – will eventually lead to the kingdom’s downfall. That island’s sinking, though, shouldn’t happen for another season or two.

And what of Elendil, Isildur, and Eärien? The former will be grieving for his son – we know Isildur is alive, given the role he plays in Sauron’s defeat in the Second Age and his first trailer appearance – while still carrying out his Númenorean duties. Meanwhile, Eärien discovered the palantír in the season 1’s final entry. Will she use it to see into Númenor’s future? Her decision to do so or not could have big implications for everyone.

You can expect The Rings of Power season 2 to start tying its numerous story threads together as well. Speaking to Empire, McKay said: “All our stories start to become one story, and the one story is the way the re-emergence of Sauron touches everybody and threatens the whole world”. From large-scale battles that are “on a much grander scale” (per Empire) than season 1, to characters from different narratives crossing paths, then, the show’s next entry promises to be bigger and better than before.

WILL THE RINGS OF POWER GET MORE SEASONS?

El Extraño se prepara para golpear el suelo con su bastón en Rhun en la temporada 2 de The Rings of Power

The Rings of Power is billed as a five-season TV series. (Image credit: Amazon MGM Studios)

The Rings of Power season 2 won’t be the series’ final chapter. Payne and McKay have planned for five seasons, which is already mapped out. Based on reports on February, The Rings of Power season 3 is already in development.

More seasons of The Rings of Power aren’t the only Lord of the Rings projects we’ll see soon, either. Warner Bros. Discovery will release War of the Rohirrim , an animated film set almost 200 years before The Lord of The Rings’ book trilogy, will arrive in late 2024. A new film from Peter Jackson, who’s directed the six live-action Lord of the Rings movies, is also in early development. It’s called The Hunt for Gollum, and it’ll see Andy Serkis return as the titular character. Jackson is on board as a producer, while Serkis will direct this 2026-releasing feature.

These other projects won’t impact The Rings of Power, however. It’s one of most-watched shows in Prime Video’s history so, unless the second season suffers a huge drop off in viewership, it’s unlikely to be cancelled any time soon. In short: expect McKay and Payne to see their full vision for a five-season story realized.

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