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As the foundations continue to be laid for a great battle between the forces of good and evil, fans have watched some interesting new characters be introduced to the screen, some of which have conjured up more questions than answers. It will be those very answers that audiences seek as the series moves forward. With Amazon Studios hoping for the show to go on for at least five seasons, however, it would be wise to expect many of the seeds planted in these first episodes to bloom and grow throughout not just the next few weeks or months, but even years.
Watch Rings of Power Episode 6
Spoiler Alert: This article is a recap of Episode 6 of The Lord Of The Rings: The Rings Of Power. Please watch the first five episodes before reading, currently streaming on Prime Video.
Amazon has all 8 episodes of season 1 available on Prime Video right now. If you're wondering what it's about or how you can watch it yourself, take a look at the information below. Read our Rings of Power season 1 review for our take on the series.
This article contains predictions for the Prime Video series The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power season 1, episode 6, and includes the release date/time and where to watch online.
Software company Whip Media, who track viewership data for the 21 million worldwide users of their TV Time app, calculated that for the week ending October 2, two days after the episode's debut, The Rings of Power was the second-highest original streaming series for U.S. viewership behind Disney+'s She-Hulk: Attorney at Law. This was a move up from being fifth-place the week before. Nielsen Media Research, who record streaming viewership on U.S. television screens, estimated that the series was watched for 966 million minutes during the week ending October 2. This put the series in third-place on the company's list of top streaming series and films, behind only Netflix's Cobra Kai and Disney+'s Hocus Pocus 2. Parrot Analytics determines audience "demand expressions" based on various data sources, including social media activity and comments on rating platforms. During the week ending October 7, the company calculated that The Rings of Power was 30.3 times more in demand than the average U.S. streaming series, moving it up to seventh on the company's top 10 list for the week.
If you're in the middle of binge-watching season 1, you can find the next episode easily by hovering over your account button on the top right of the website's main landing page and then going down to 'My Prime Video.'
The show, based on the world created by JRR Tolkien, has been teasing the impending reveal or arrival of Sauron for quite a while. And no, this episode does not put an end to that speculation. Speculate away. But 'Udûn' does make it clear that the future Dark Lord and former Morgoth lieutenant is pulling the strings.
This episode is dedicated to one storyline that brings two of our four main groups of characters together: the Battle of the Southlands and its aftermath. Although split across three waves of Orc-led attacks and a Númenorean counter-attack, this is essentially one drawn-out battle. In between the first two phases of the battle, we also get some interesting moments between Galadriel, Isildur, and Elendil on their ship, but by their next scene they have arrived with the cavalry to join the fighting.
Under the cover of darkness, Adar leads his orc army to Ostirith, the elven watchtower where the opposing Southlanders have sought refuge. Upon arrival, though, his forces find the outpost abandoned. As they search for anyone hiding, Arondir launches a surprise attack, felling some orcs before he brings down Ostirith's watchtower using a flaming arrow, which destroys the ropes holding the landmark together. The collapsing tower kills many enemies and sends the others scattering, much to the Southlanders' delight, who watch from a safe distance.
Now the stage is set for two final episodes that will bring the inaugural season of The Rings of Power to a close, and the new poster promises an epic conclusion that will likely have those how have watched and enjoyed The Lord of the Rings series for just being a stunning return to Middle Earth eagerly awaiting the next season.
While HBO first reported the premiere House of the Dragon episode was watched by 10 million in the U.S., Amazon officially reported 25 million for the Rings of Power premiere, but that was worldwide, so we see the discrepancy. 041b061a72