The trailer for patriarchy-slaying Amazon series The Wheel of Time just dropped and looks incredible

Rosamund Pike stars in the epic fantasy series The Wheel of Time.

Amazon has finally released the first trailer for its epic fantasy series Wheel of Time – and fans are going to love it.

Alongside the trailer for the show – which takes place in a female-dominated society – they’ve also revealed its release date.

Wheel of Time will premiere worldwide on Amazon Prime Video on 19 November.

Based on the novel series of the same name by Robert Jordan, the television adaption stars Oscar-nominated Rosamund Pike.

She plays Moiraine, who heads the female-only mystic order known as the Aes Sedai. Her character rescues five villagers after monsters attack their community and takes them around the world.

The book and television series flip the often male-dominated fantasy genre on its head, as the largest kingdom is ruled by a queen and any man capable of using magic is hunted down.

Rosamund Pike stars as Moiraine in upcoming fantasy series Wheel of Time.

Rosamund Pike stars as Moiraine in upcoming fantasy series Wheel of Time. (Jan Thijs/Amazon Studios)

In the trailer a voiceover says: “The Wheel of Time turns and ages come and pass, leaving memories that become legend.”

We also see the female characters being instantly iconic and some stunning scenic shots of the Czech Republic, where the majority of the series was filmed.

A second voiceover adds: “No matter what happens, what pain we face, the heartbreak, the wheel keeps turning.”

You can check out the epic trailer for yourself below.

Ahead of the release of the first season, Amazon has already confirmed that a second season is happening – and with 15 novels in total there’s plenty of material to adapt.

You can find out how and when to stream the first season of The Wheel of Time below.

How to stream The Wheel of Time

The series is premiering worldwide on Amazon Prime Video from 19 November.

You’ll be able to stream the series with an Prime Video membership which comes with a 30-day free trial and then costs £7.99 per month or £79.99 per year.

To sign up and find out more go to

Plus the streaming service will also be home to the upcoming television adaption of fellow fantasy novel series Lord of the Rings, due for release in 2022.

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