With Netflix’s The Witcher only a couple of weeks away from our anxious eyeballs, fans have been clamoring for a chance to watch the series and meet the people behind it (including Superman‘s Henry Cavill, who plays the titular witcher Geralt of Rivia). In honor of these fans, Netflix raised a massive event in Los
On December 20, The Witcher, Netflix’s upcoming fantasy drama starring Henry Cavill, will be launching it’s first eight-episode season on Netflix. Promising to be one of the holiday season’s most anticipated series, Netflix will make sure that no one can escape the show’s marketing during the month of release. From billboards and posters to interviews
Thirty-three years ago, a short story titled The Witcher was published in Fantastyka magazine. This story, written by Andrzej Sapkowski, introduced readers to a world that will soon be brought to life on Netflix, with a cast led by Sueprman‘s Henry Cavill. People unfamiliar with the franchise would assume this series is about monsters and
In a special edition of Nowa Fantastyka magazine, Marcin Zwierzchowski interviews showrunner Lauren Hissrich and Executive Producer Tomek Baginski about The Witcher‘s most controversial apparel: the Nilfgaardian armor. This is only one small exchange in a thirteen-page report, which you can purchase and read in Polish.
Netflix’s hotly-anticipated fantasy, The Witcher starring Henry Cavill, is set to launch on the streaming service in just over three weeks’ time. When the series releases, all eight one-hour episodes will be available at once, and it’s likely that the fans will binge through them in one weekend. Creating this eight-hour experience, however, took many
The Witcher starring Henry Cavill will release on Netflix in just a few weeks, and yet we’re still finding unrevealed cast members. This one has been a long time coming, as she has appeared in the show’s teaser trailer. After confirming our suspicion with Netflix, we’re glad to announce that Josette Simon has been cast
With Netflix’s upcoming fantasy series The Witcher starring Henry Cavill releasing in less than a month, critics have begun to receive review copies of the first five episodes. Though their reviews are held under a strict embargo lifting on the day of the show’s release on Friday, December 20, they were able to share some
With The Witcher less than one month away, Netflix has finally unveiled the titles of each of the season’s eight episodes – and in an extraordinary fashion. The episodes were revealed alongside a poem (with one line addressing each episode) and a set of gifs featuring unique episodic logos. Fans of the books have begun
Netflix is set to launch The Witcher‘s first season in a month’s time, and we’re very close to seeing Henry Cavill‘s debut as Geralt on the small screen. Meanwhile, our behind-the-scenes series continues, this time with a Nilfgaardian siege camp, a familiar forest and a return to the ruins of Egri var.
In a new interview conducted by Marcin Zwierzchowski and published in Nowa Fantastyka Magazine, The Witcher showrunner Lauren Hissrich and Executive Producer Tomek Baginski revealed how Henry Cavill perfected the role of Geralt of Rivia in the upcoming Netflix adaption. We have the translation below.