Only a few days ago the Twitter and Facebook accounts of Netflix Netherlands published a countdown on many upcoming projects. Some release dates were already known, some were new, and the latter group included The Witcher. The announcement, which was published on September 11, counted only 97 days until season one of the much-anticipated show
According to now-deleted posts, Witcher fans have 97 sleepless nights ahead until season one of the much-anticipated series drops. The official social media accounts for Netflix Netherlands (@NetflixNetherlands on Facebook and @NetflixNL on Twitter) have put to rest months, if not years, of speculation around the release date. According to the above post, which has
According to our friends at TheWitcher.tv, Netflix is investigating early release date claims made by Giovanni Eūgene Altamarquéz, whose social media accounts and LinkedIn show him to be an employee of the streaming juggernaut. Netflix is currently investigating this “executive producer,” as he does not appear to be a Netflix staff member, freelancer, or contractor.
Fall 2019 is fast approaching, and with it, The Witcher’s season one premiere. It would be easy to think that the hard part is over with filming wrapped on Netflix’s much-anticipated release. However, there are plenty of painstaking hours left to put in. Every member of the team is hard at work adding the finishing
In March 2019, Netflix’s The Witcher filmed on a rocky trail on the island of Gran Canaria. Present for filming were director Alex Garcia Lopez, star Anya Chalotra (Yennefer), and a number of mystery cast members. As time went on, eagle-eyed fans identified Marcin Czarnik as “the hooded figure in black” and Isobel Laidler as
With so much of The Witcher’s sizable cast now known, it’s amazing that new names continue to trickle out for the first season. Thanks to the wealth of interviews out of San Diego Comic Con and reactions to the teaser on social media, we now know of two such cast members: Julian Rhind-Tutt (Harlots) and
San Diego Comic Con is drawing to a close and while fans are digesting every piece of news that was dropped over the past few days, Entertainment Weekly has decided to publish two new stills from The Witcher for us to geek out over.
Each year, San Diego Comic Con drops some of the biggest news in film and television, and this year is no exception. One of the most-anticipated properties to make its debut at Comic Con was Netflix’s The Witcher, a live-action adaptation of Andrzej Sapkowski’s The Witcher novels, which follow the adventures of monster hunter Geralt
The Witcher is Netflix’s next big gamble, with a budget higher than usual and rumors of a long-term commitment (three seasons in advance, according to Geeks WorldWide’s KC Walsh). During the fantasy series’ much anticipated Hall H panel at San Diego Comic Con, the first trailer was released. Attending the panel was creator and showrunner
The day has come. We’ve been waiting for more than two years, since the project’s first announcement in May 2017, to see any footage of Netflix’s The Witcher. Now, the big moment is very, very close, as confirmed by executive producer Tomasz Baginski.