Of the show’s three main characters, the story of Princess Ciri (portrayed by newcomer Freya Allan) is the one most shrouded in mystery. With their decision to expand Ciri into a main character earlier than she is in the books, it appears as though showrunner Lauren S Hissrich and her team of writers have rearranged
Yennefer of Vengerberg was first introduced in Andrzej Sapowski’s novels as a sharp, manipulative and sexy sorceress, who very quickly had the short stories’ main character under her spell. But it isn’t long before Geralt of Rivia notices that Yennefer’s harsh exterior contains a woman who has suffered immense trauma, and those years of suffering
San Diego Comic Con was everything us Witcher fans could hope for. After an extensive panel that showed various clips from the show and gave each of The Witcher’s three stars their time in the spotlight, Netflix also released an exciting and action-packed trailer (which is still trending on YouTube). But once the dust settled,
The Witcher’s panel at San Diego Comic Con 2019 concluded with the show’s first trailer, and it was BIG. As is our duty, Redanian Intelligence is here with an in-depth, frame-by-frame analysis of the trailer: including new castings, spectacular scenes, and our first look at the Continent.
With The Witcher panel mere hours away, exciting news comes courtesy of Entertainment Tonight. As one of the many major news outlets on hand at Comic Con, it appears Entertainment Tonight is aiming to feed Witcher fans, and this time, the feeding was live streamed. Airing three and a half hours before The Witcher’s cast
For many months, we’ve wondered who cast member Ossian Perret would be playing in The Witcher’s first season, and today he revealed his role on social media via a heartfelt Instagram post accompanied by some lovely pictures of the cast having a ball on set. In addition to this piece of news, Redanian Operatives were
Brace yourselves! The Witcher is coming to Comic Con! Though The Witcher‘s first season is still five months away and set to debut this December on Netflix, the show’s marketing campaign has already begun. After a set of posters depicting the show’s three main characters was released, Netflix announced that The Witcher will also be
It’s good news for fans of The Witcher just ahead of San Diego Comic Con, as an insider with a proven track record when it comes to the show shared what he’d heard about Netflix’s commitment to Henry Cavill’s Geralt and co.
On July 1, the growing community of Witcher fans was served a sizeable meal in the form of posters, quotes, and a marketing extravaganza – as well as the reveal of an upcoming Comic Con panel on July 19. However, in among the jaw-dropping posters, even more information was provided on The Witcher’s robust cast
It all began in April, when the consistently accurate (and NSFW) leak blog Recapped reported that actress Millie Brady had been replaced in the role of Renfri. We weren’t ready to believe it at first, but evidence kept mounting up. Soon enough, we understood that The Witcher’s Pilot episode would be undergoing significant changes, including