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The most expensive offer on Amazon seems to be off to a bit of a rough start.
slow from Amazon Prime Customers hoping to watch the luxury streaming service “Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power” when it landed Thursday night took to social media to complain that only the second episode was available.
The first two episodes were supposed to air on Amazon starting at 9PM ET, but Twitter was full of fans who said there was a problem.
Someone tweeted shortly after the episodes became available: “Prime Video messed it up so bad, Rings of Power Episode 2 is over but not Episode 1.”
other books, “Rings of Strength I really got off to a bad start…i guess i started with episode 2???? ”
A third said, “Why is Rings of Power Episode 2 available, but not Episode 1?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!”. “Come, I want a reassuring lady.”
Another complained: “Only the second episode was released, which was before nine in the evening.”
Another wrote with a screenshot of the issue: “Ready to watch The Rings of PowerPrimeVideo and I don’t have the option to play the first episode on my phone or TV.”
Another said, “My roommate is angrily screaming at his Alexa and demanding to know why Episode 2 of the Force is available and not Episode 1.”
One fan even posted a Mimi Gollum who begged, “Give us a chance, honey. Give us a chance!”
Screenshots from the first episode seem to say “This Episode not available.
It is not clear how widespread the problem is and it appears to have been corrected within an hour.
Rings of Power is a prequel series that takes place before the events of The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit.
The 8-episode season of “The Rings of Power” is said to have cost the company an estimated $715 million – making it the most expensive show ever.
The series has already been renewed for a second season, and filming is set to begin in October.
Amazon did not immediately respond to Fox News Digital’s request for comment.
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