If you recall the long strange turning wheel of The Wheel Of Time tv series saga got a new entry earlier this month when Amazon revealed that they had given a series order for the high fantasy show. This of course had fans of the Robert Jordan series (which was later completed by Brandon Sanderson following the passing of Jordan) curious to find out what exactly the show would be about.
Showrunner and head writer Rafe Judkins has been one of the best sources of information about the Wheel of Time series, revealing completed scripts and more on his (now verified!) Twitter account.
Today, Judkins asked for his weekly #WoTWednesday (yes, a day off) what scenes and quotes fans “can’t live without” from Eye of the World, the first novel in the series:
Hey everyone, sorry for the #WoTWednesday delay, but for a one-time #WoThursday I thought I’d ask another question of you — what quotes or scenes are the ones you can’t live without from Eye of the World?
— Rafe Judkins (@rafejudkins) October 18, 2018
It’s nice actually, to see another showrunner taking into account the large and vocal fanbase around the property they’re in charge of, not unlike Lauren S. Hissrich and The Witcher for Netflix.
So, readers of “Wheel of Time”, here’s your chance to let the showrunner know exactly what YOU want to see in the first season of a newly developed series from Amazon.
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