Charlotte Brändström, one of the directors of The Witcher, has joined the cast of the series adaptation of Lord of the Rings, one of the most popular brands in the world.
Lord of the Rings, which has become one of the world’s biggest brands with both its films and books, is being prepared by Amazon as you know. Recently, another new director joined the cast of the show.
Swedish-French director Charlotte Brändström has joined the cast of the series, according to recent reports. Charlotte Brändström previously directed such series as The Witcher, Jupiter’s Legacy, The Man in the High Castle, and Outlander. He was nominated for an Emmy for his film Julie and Chevalier de Maupin.
The Lord of the Rings series will tell the story of the Second Age of Middle Earth. The Second Age covers 3441 years in which important events took place. Some of the events that took place in the Second Age are as follows: the Rings of Power were forged, Sauron was fought, the Nazgûl were created. The show’s leaders are J.D. Payne and Patrick McKay.
More details of the show’s story can be found here. The show, which has already received approval for a second season, is scheduled to last five seasons. Unfortunately, there’s no release date yet.