The first teaser trailer for “The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power” was unveiled during the Super Bowl on Sunday, introducing new characters and teasing yet another iconic installment of the hit franchise.

The one-minute clip opens with a shot of a captivating waterside city, presumably on the island kingdom of Numenor. A young girl’s voice is then heard, asking, “Haven’t you ever wondered what else is out there?” -- a reminder that the series will tell a new range of stories and take place in parts of Tolkien’s world that fans of the mythology have never seen before.

The clip also features an extensive shot across the hillsides reminiscent of “The Fellowship of the Ring’s” teaser trailer, introducing the new human-sized, winged, bipedal characters previously described as “nomadic hunters” in Vanity Fair’s recent exclusive first look at the series.

“There’s wonders in this world beyond our wandering,” the young girl says.

In the middle of the clip, the character says, “I can feel it!” The character, one of the two “lovable curious harfoots” in the upcoming series, sports hobbit-y brown curls and is said to combine Movie-Frodo’s youth and Bilbo’s sense of adventure.

The rest of the clip takes the audience through a wealth of epic landscapes and poignant scenes featuring the people of Middle Earth.

“Before the king, before the fellowship, before the ring, a new legend begins this fall,” the teaser said.

The clip features characters never seen in the original “Lord of the Rings” trilogy before, including Robert Aramayo as Beldor, Markella Kavenagh as Tyra, Morfydd Clark as Galadriel and Joseph Mawle as Oren. While series creators have kept a tight lid on its storyline, it has been previously revealed that “The Rings of Power” will take place in Middle-earth and will not follow the same storyline as the trilogy.

“Until now, audiences have only seen on-screen the story of the One Ring, but before there was one, there were many… and we’re excited to share the epic story of them all,” said showrunners J.D. Payne and Patrick McKay in a statement.

“Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power” premieres on Sept. 2 on Amazon Prime.

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Pictured are actors performing a stage rendition on "Lord of the Rings" in London on June 18, 2007.  Getty Images