Showrunner Rafe Judkins wasted no time after the WGA strike ended before coming back to #TwitterOfTime with the perfect post:
He then answered a ton of questions for fans. Book consultant Sarah Nakamura also answered some detailed questions.
Let’s start off with Rafe’s general praise for the writers, actor and crew for Season Two.
Rafe addressed the many challenges the team faced between COVID and the writers and actors strikes.
Rafe and Sarah answered some questions about the incredible episode 6: Eyes without Pity, and the rest of episodes in Season Two.
The Wheel of Time story contains thousands of characters and are played by incredible actors in the TV show. Rafe answered quite a few questions about our favorite characters for the light and for the dark.
We will never forget “Steve” from Season One, who ended up being left on the cutting room floor, but became a classic meme for the fandom.
Questions about characters for the Light:
And as the Pattern must have balance, so must the light be balanced with dark and we have questions about Forsaken & Dark Friends:
The next series of questions are deep diving into some of the changes regarding the elaborate magic system: channeling. Lots of book fans have questions about just how channeling works in the TV show since it’s different than in the books. Book consultant & expert Sarah Nakamura took on many of these questions.
WOT Origins was much praised by fans for Season One, and unfortunately we haven’t seen the last two episodes of the first batch, and there are none for Season Two. It doesn’t look like we’ll be getting any more.
Finally let’s take a look at questions about Season Three and Beyond:
That’s a wrap on all the Q&A from Twitter last week! Make sure you tune in this week for the Season Two finale of The Wheel of Time!! What did you all think of Rafe’s answers? Isn’t it nice to have him back!? Let us know what answer most surprised you in the comments below.