We have approximately six months until the release of The Witcher‘s second season on Netflix, and while we’re excited to meet our favorites again, we’re also excited to be looking into the future of the show. The future being the third season. While Netflix hasn’t officially announced The Witcher‘s renewal yet, it’s only just a
The first official Witcher event, a collaboration between Netflix and CDPR, titled WitcherCon has come and gone, revealing the premiere dates for Season 2, Nightmare of the Wolf, first look at much-anticipated characters and much more. If you missed the event, don’t worry, here is everything related to The Witcher Season 2 and the anime
The Witcher’s first animated project has been in the works for a long time and we knew about it since before Season 1 even came out, but it is only now that we finally found out when it will arive to our screens. Written by Beau DeMayo, who wrote episodes Betrayer Moon (103) and Kaer
With only a few days until WitcherCon, Netflix announced another major addition to Blood Origin, the prequel that will be set 1200 years before the original series. BAFTA nominee Michelle Yeoh, known for many of her roles throughout her prolific career, will be playing the sword-wielding character named Scian in The Witcher: Blood Origin. Since
With eleven days remaining, Netflix and CD Projekt RED have finally unveiled the full schedule of both days of their new WitcherCon event. It will have sneak peeks of Season 2, Nightmare of the Wolf, appearances from Henry Cavill, Anya Chalotra, Freya Allan and more. Without further ado, here’s the full list of what’s to
There hasn’t been much news of late regarding The Witcher: Blood Origin, but since the limited series starring Laurence O’Fuarain is only in pre-production, that is to be expected. Today we have a tiny recap of two pieces of news. First off, the big one: showrunner Declan de Barra officially announced that Bear McCreary will
Pre-production is underway for The Witcher: Blood Origin, the prequel to the main show that is said to be set around 1200 years before. Main star Laurence O’Fuarain is already frequenting Arborfield Studios for training and more. And recently we also found out that Jacob Collins-Levy would portray the fan-favorite villain Eredin in Blood Origin.
Pre-production for The Witcher prequel titled Blood Origin is starting at Arborfield Studios and more actors and roles are coming to light. While we still don’t know who will play the female lead after Jodie Turner-Smith left the project, we can reveal another male lead to appear on our screens besides Laurence O’Fuarain‘s Fjall Stoneheart.
After the recent wrap of The Witcher Season 2 things have been relatively quiet, but now that the series is in post-production, we won’t be hearing very much until Netflix actually decide to drop some teasers our way. Regarding Blood Origin, the prequel that will star Laurence O’Fuarain as Fjall, things will get underway soon,
The second season of The Witcher had just wrapped at Arborfield Studios and things were well on track to begin filming a six-part prequel, The Witcher: Blood Origin in May at the same location with leads Jodie Turner-Smith and Laurence O’Fuarain. Sadly, this is no longer the case as Jodie Turner-Smith has exited the prequel