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The Wheel of Time: How Amazon Introduced Robert Jordan’s Fantasy Saga to Life

As we eagerly await the launch of Amazon’s The Wheel of Time on Prime Video, IGN will debut unique behind-the-scenes footage from the upcoming adaptation of Robert Jordan’s iconic fantasy collection over the following 4 weeks main as much as the premiere on November 19.

At this time, we have now an unique interview with showrunner Rafe Judkins, about how he and his inventive crew introduced Robert Jordan’s epic fantasy saga to life. “We labored so arduous on this and for such a very long time that you simply generally overlook you are making one thing you grew up loving and have all the time dreamed of,” Judkins advised IGN. “You continue to have moments once you return and pinch your self.”

For the complete interview with Judkins, the place he highlights iconic places just like the Two Rivers and Winespring Inn, try the video under or on the prime of the web page:

Judkins goes on to elucidate that even earlier than he was employed to helm Amazon’s bold adaptation of Jordan’s tales, he is been a fan of the books for a very long time.

“For me, it was all the time about coming into the adaption and delivering the guts of the books, which is what I am very near as a result of I learn them as a fan not interested by how you’ll adapt for tv,” Judkins stated. “And now the second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, and seventh occasions I’ve learn them you begin to see all of these issues and the way clearly he laid out his world. And I believe what we all the time attempt to do is keep true to the guts of the outline.”

IGN may also completely reveal a picture of the terrifying Myrddraal, which we first obtained a glimpse of within the teaser trailer.

Photo courtesy of Amazon
Picture courtesy of Amazon

For extra of our IGN First protection of Amazon’s The Wheel of Time, remember to try our unique trailer breakdown with showrunner Rafe Judkins, meet The Wheel of Time solid on set in Prague, and uncover what makes the Aes Sedai so necessary in Season 1.

And remember to watch The Wheel of Time when it debuts on Prime Video on Friday, November 19, 2021.

David Griffin is the TV Streaming Editor for IGN. Say hello on Twitter.

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