Rings of Power episode 7 marks penultimate episode for first season

The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power trailer from Amazon

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The Lord of the Rings prequel, Rings of Power, returns to Amazon Prime Video with its seventh episode this week. The upcoming instalment will see Galadriel (played by Morfydd Clark) face the aftermath of the battle at Tirharad. Express.co.uk has all you need to know about what time the new episode is out.

What time is Rings of Power episode 7 out?

The Lord of the Rings prequel has finally given fans what they had been waiting for with some intense battles.

With episode six featuring more action than ever before, viewers are keen to see how the Middle Earth drama continues.

The episodes have been airing weekly on Fridays, with episode seven airing on October 7.

The new instalment will air in the UK at 2am British Summer Time.

For viewers watching in the US, they will have access from midnight, Eastern Standard Time.

This is equal to 9pm Pacific Standard Time for those watching elsewhere in America.

The latest episode saw Bronwyn (Nazanin Boniadi) and Arondir (Ismael Cruz Córdova) defend their settlement from orcs and at first, they were successful.

However, a counter-attack led to fatalities and horrific injuries as the group had been led into a trap.

Bronwyn was shot in the shoulder by an arrow and her son watched on in fear as the arrow was pulled from her.

Viewers were left wondering whether she would survive, having lost too much blood, but thankfully she pulled through.

Her son, Theo (Tyroe Muhafidin), ended up revealing to the enemy where his secret weapon, a powerful piece of a broken sword, was.

Meanwhile, Galadriel was on her way to Middle Earth to seek out Sauron and seek justice.

Adar (Joseph Mawle) was almost killed by Halbrand (Charlie Vickers) but Galadriel said he was needed alive and stopped Halbrand.

Halbrand was later made King of the Southlands, with Bronwyn and her people hailing their new leader.

The episode ended with a series of explosions and the fates of Galadriel and her followers were left hanging in the balance.

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The first season is made up of eight episodes, so fans are reaching the end of the season.

The finale will air on October 14, and there is good news for viewers as the series has already been renewed for a second season.

Production for the second season began in the UK on October 3, from a new hub at Bray Studios outside of London.

The first season was filmed in New Zealand over 18 months during the coronavirus pandemic.

For season two, which will also have eight episodes, Amazon moved the show’s production to the UK.

The move was considered more economical after the series was branded the most expensive TV production of all time.

The Rings of Power topped the viewing charts for its first week with 1.3 billion minutes viewed.

Viewers are hoping an epic finale will pave the way for more exciting adventures in the second season.

Rings of Power airs on Fridays on Amazon Prime Video

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