The Wheel of Time – Release Date, Casting Members, Trailer, Story – When will it be out?

The Wheel of Time TV program, produced by Amazon, finished filming in May 2021, but what can fans anticipate from it and when can they see it? The series is based on Robert Jordan and Brandon Sanderson’s The Wheel of Time novel series. Jordan passed away in 2007. Brandon Sanderson completed the series in line with Jordan’s intentions, merging Jordan’s notes with talks with Jordan’s wife and editor, Harriet McDougal.

If it succeeds, The Wheel of Time may be the next TV program to follow in the footsteps of Game of Thrones. With 14 major novels and one precursor book in the series, there will be enough material to work with.

This isn’t the first time a TV program based on the Wheel of Time has been attempted. To maintain their claim to the rights, Red Eagle Entertainment created a hurried 22-minute pilot episode called Winter Dragon in 2015. Fans hated the pilot, and Harriet McDougal made such disparaging remarks about it that Red Eagle Entertainment pursued legal action against her.

Release Date and When will the movie be out?

The television adaptation of The Wheel of Time is set to air in November 2021. Brandon Sanderson stated during a panel at JordanCon in 2021 that he would be eager in seeing fan reactions after the first episodes, implying that the program will be published in episodic style rather than the traditional season block structure for Amazon originals. The first of the hour-long episodes has yet to be given a specific release date. The Wheel of Time has already been renewed for a second season on Amazon.

Casting Members

Many minor characters from Emond’s Field, as well as Tinkers, farmers, and Whitecloaks who are encountered in passing, have been announced. Some important characters from The Wheel of Time TV programme have already been revealed. As the Aes Sedai Moiraine, Rosamund Pike will lead the cast. Daniel Henney will represent her Warder, al’Lan Mandragoran. Josha Stradowski, Marcus Rutherford, and Barney Harris will play Rand al’Thor, Perrin Aybara, and Mat Cauthon, respectively. Egwene al’Vere will be played by Madeleine Madden, while Nynaeve al’Meara will be played by Zo Robins. Finally, Siuan Sanche will be played by Sophie Okonedo.


While Amazon has not revealed specific storyline elements for The Wheel of Time TV program, casting and advertising materials hint at the first season’s theme. Moiraine’s arrival at Emond’s Field from the White Tower in quest of the Dragon Reborn appears to be the center of the program. Unsurprisingly, the program will follow a section of the storyline from The Eye of the World, the first book in The Wheel of Time trilogy. However, a closer look at the casting announcements suggests that season one may not entirely wrap up the first book’s story.

Basel Gill, the innkeeper who greets the company upon their arrival in Caemlyn, has been cast, but Elayne, who appears a short time later, has yet to be cast. This indicates that season 1 will finish when they arrive in Caemlyn, rather than continuing to Fal Dara. According to other casting hints, Amazon’s The Wheel of Time TV program will also use material from the prequel novel New Spring. Siuan Sanche, for example, does not appear until the very end of The Eye of the World, but he is pivotal in New Spring.

Similarly, Aes Sedai Alanna Mosvani and Liandrin Guirale first appear in New Spring but do not appear in the main novels until The Great Hunt; nevertheless, they will feature in at least one episode of season 1 of the TV show.


The Wheel of Time Television show has yet to receive a full trailer from Amazon. Because the program has a lot to live up to in comparison to Jordan and Sanderson’s books, it’s probable that Amazon is delaying the release of a complete trailer in order to prevent prejudicing the show. Instead, they’ve given us a few title teases, a peek of Moiraine, and a shot of Lan.


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