The rumours about the December release date began with producer Tomek Baginski when he said in February that they had 10 more months until the release. Then the NSFW blog Recapped published a rumour that Season 1 of The Witcher would drop on Friday, December 20, 2019. Now we seem to have a confirmation at
“Who is the new Renfri?” This question has been looming over our heads ever since we learned that Millie Brady would no longer be playing the charismatic and dangerous princess from the short story “The Lesser Evil”. About a month ago we made an educated guess, and it seems we weren’t wrong!
With filming of The Witcher’s first season officially wrapped, the cast and crew have taken to social media to bid their farewells to the seven-month shoot. From showrunner and lead to accountant and grips, key players in the making of Netflix’s next hit have said their goodbyes (or, in some cases, their not-so-goodbyes). Read on
Season one of The Witcher has officially wrapped, as reported by the team here at Redanian Intelligence. On May 29, cast and crew took to social media from the courtyard at Brody Studio to celebrate a major milestone in the production of Netflix’s The Witcher series. Filming, including reshoots, is over until the whole thing
As we knew from before, this is possibly the very last week of filming for season one of The Witcher. In this update we have new cast members, cast and crew wrapping, snippets from the set and more.
The first time we wrote about Jack Wolfe, we speculated that according to his filming location and the timing, he could have been filming scenes with either Henry Cavill or Freya Allan. It turns out that his character has scenes with both!
It has been a week since we shared our exclusive photos of the night shoots involving Nilfgaardian troops. We saw some extras with armour and weapons, but it was impossible to make anything out as they were from afar. Now we have a much closer look!
Today, we will put aside our filming locations for a moment and focus on the cast. We have some new cast and some old cast updates. Let’s get to it!
Thanks to a tip from a reader, Redanian Intelligence has found the first clear look at The Witcher’s “W” symbol for the series. While it’s still rather blurry, especially when cropped, we can make out a few key details in the design. The clapperboard here for episode 4, directed by Álex García López, shows two
Yesterday, we shared some very exciting photos from the preparation and filming of what appears to be part of the Cintra siege, thanks to GotLike Locations. Now it’s time for videos!