Admittedly, it’s a clunky moniker that doesn’t exactly slide off the tongue, and fans aren’t too happy with it at the moment. Don’t believe us? Just see for yourself below:
I can't even get past the title. "The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power".
The Rings: The Rings?
Who wrote this?!
— Dean, Avatar of The Fool (@DeanWilliamLvl6) January 19, 2022
The rings of power is an awful name but doing the title announcement completely practically gives me a lot of hope for the show
— Kruddler (@JoeCuciniello) January 19, 2022
Someone paid someone big money to come up with the name "The Lord of the Rings – The Rings of Power".
— Outstar (@outstarwalker) January 19, 2022
They have been sitting on this property for literal *years* now and the BEST title they could come up with is "The Rings of Power"?
— Caleb M. Powers (@CalebMPowers) January 19, 2022
Amazon: "Hey, we got a title for our Lord of the Rings show! "THE RINGS OF POWER!"
Everyone else: wow, you really dove deep into the lore for that one, didn't ya.
— Paul (@CastlerookBlogs) January 19, 2022
The LORD OF THE RINGS: THE RINGS OF POWER: a title so dumb Bezos had to have insisted upon it
— Patrick Newman (@PattyOFlaherty) January 19, 2022
look i'm not a marketing expert. but i feel like "THE RINGS OF POWER: A TALE OF MIDDLE EARTH" is so much cleaner
— year of the Tigrex (@HandsomeRansom3) January 19, 2022
"The Rings of Power" makes it sound like some MCU garbage.
— Andrew Paul Wood🤔😒 (@AndrewPaulWood) January 19, 2022
I am keeping open minded about the amazon show, but I genuinely cannot see LOTR: The Rings of Power without thinking about the terrible lotr sequel I wrote when I was 9
— tilly ♡ (@_tilbobaggins) January 19, 2022
The Rings of Power? Sorry, I’m not really into Sonic the Hedgehog stuff.
— JackEason (@realJackEason) January 19, 2022
The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power will arrive on Prime Video on September 2nd.