The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power season finale trailer is released on YouTube

The trailer for The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power’s season finale was released on Amazon Prime Video’s official YouTube account on Friday.

In the clip, several characters from the fan-favorite fantasy series were seen while preparing for the potential arrival of the dark lord Sauron.

The final episode of the fantasy program, which is based on the book series of the same name, is currently set to premiere next Friday.

A new look: The trailer for The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power’s season finale was released on Amazon Prime Video’s official YouTube account on Friday

The trailer begins with Galadriel, played by Morfydd Clark, waking up in a soot-drenched wasteland, while an offscreen character states: ‘Soon, you will understand the power of the Unseen World.’

After a character is seen interacting with The Stranger, the warrior states: ‘Evil does not sleep. It waits.’

Arondir, played by Ismael Cruz Cordova, then tells Bronwyn, portrayed by Nazanin Boniadi, that ‘there is far more at stake here than just our lives.’

The elven warrior went on to explore what appeared to be the wreck of a ship, while another character came across a wood carving of what seemed to be Sauron’s helmet.

Looking out: In the clip, several characters from the fan-favorite fantasy series were seen while preparing for the potential arrival of the dark lord Sauron

Looking out: In the clip, several characters from the fan-favorite fantasy series were seen while preparing for the potential arrival of the dark lord Sauron

Dark forces: After a character is seen interacting with The Stranger, the warrior states: 'Evil does not sleep.  it waits'

Dark forces: After a character is seen interacting with The Stranger, the warrior states: ‘Evil does not sleep. it waits’

Looking around: The elven warrior went on to explore what appeared to be the wreck of a ship, while another character comes across a wood carving of what seemed to be Sauron's helmet

Looking around: The elven warrior went on to explore what appeared to be the wreck of a ship, while another character comes across a wood carving of what seemed to be Sauron’s helmet

While Bronwyn’s son Theo gazes at a suspicious-looking staff, a set of offscreen characters state: ‘You will be known at last for who you truly are, for you are Lord Sauron.’

The dark lord is then shown while gazing out at Middle-Earth, and another character expresses that ‘The Southlands are in grave danger.’

Bronwyn goes on to tell Theo that ‘in the end, this shadow is but a passing thing,’ and Arondir fends off a group of rogue Orcs.

As several characters prepare to start battling Sauron’s forces, the elven warrior states: ‘Soon the sun will set. Do your part. We shall see it rise again.’

Foreboding: While Bronwyn's son Theo gazes at a suspicious-looking staff, a set of offscreen characters state: 'You will be known at last for who you truly are, for you are Lord Sauron'

Foreboding: While Bronwyn’s son Theo gazes at a suspicious-looking staff, a set of offscreen characters state: ‘You will be known at last for who you truly are, for you are Lord Sauron’

Action: Bronwyn goes on to tell Theo that 'in the end, this shadow is but a passing thing,' and Arondir fends off a group of rogue Orcs

Action: Bronwyn goes on to tell Theo that ‘in the end, this shadow is but a passing thing,’ and Arondir fends off a group of rogue Orcs

Pep talk: As several characters prepare to start battling Sauron's forces, the elven warrior states: 'Soon the sun will set.  Do your part.  We shall see it rise again'

Pep talk: As several characters prepare to start battling Sauron’s forces, the elven warrior states: ‘Soon the sun will set. Do your part. We shall see it rise again’

Prince Durin IV, played by Owain Arthur, comments on the unlikely alliance between dwarves and elves, and a battle scene is shown while numerous figures escape their constraints.

After several individuals volunteer their services to defend their lands against the dark forces and others become the targets of various creatures, Galadriel expresses that ‘I did not cross that bitter ocean only to drown now.’

A Balrog is shown while roaring, and molten metal is shown while being poured into a cast and another character states that ‘we are on the cusp of creating a new kind of power.’

A rapid-fire montage of scenes was presented, and the trailer concluded with a warrior attacking an orc with a vicious spinning back kick.

Joining forces: Prince Durin IV, played by Owain Arthur, comments on the unlikely alliance between dwarves and elves, and a battle scene is shown while numerous figures escape their constraints

Joining forces: Prince Durin IV, played by Owain Arthur, comments on the unlikely alliance between dwarves and elves, and a battle scene is shown while numerous figures escape their constraints

In motion: A Balrog is shown while roaring, and molten metal is shown while being poured into a cast and another character states that 'we are on the cusp of creating a new kind of power'

In motion: A Balrog is shown while roaring, and molten metal is shown while being poured into a cast and another character states that ‘we are on the cusp of creating a new kind of power’

Ouch!  A rapid-fire montage of scenes was presented, and the trailer concluded with a warrior attacking an orc with a vicious spinning back kick

Ouch! A rapid-fire montage of scenes was presented, and the trailer concluded with a warrior attacking an orc with a vicious spinning back kick

The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power initially premiered on the Amazon Prime Video service on September 1.

The program’s first season, which consists of eight episodes, has received critical acclaim ever since its release.

The series was previously greenlit for a second season, and the show’s team began filming earlier this month.

The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power’s next run of episodes does not have a scheduled release date as of yet.

In the past: The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power initially premiered on the Amazon Prime Video service on September 1

In the past: The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power initially premiered on the Amazon Prime Video service on September 1

Working hard: The series was previously greenlit for a second season, and the show's team began filming earlier this month

Working hard: The series was previously greenlit for a second season, and the show’s team began filming earlier this month

In the future: The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power's next run of episodes does not have a scheduled release date as of yet

In the future: The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power’s next run of episodes does not have a scheduled release date as of yet

Showing up: Several cast members from the program appeared at New York Comic Con on Friday to promote the series

Showing up: Several cast members from the program appeared at New York Comic Con on Friday to promote the series

Several cast members from the program appeared at New York Comic Con on Friday to promote the series.

The group, who included Benjamin Walker, Cynthia Addai-Robinson and Leon Wadham, took part in a panel discussion.

During the appearance, the performers spoke about their views regarding the series and its productions.

The group also posed for a shot after concluding their joint appearance.

All together now: The group also posed for a shot after concluding their joint appearance

All together now: The group also posed for a shot after concluding their joint appearance

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