Only 38 days left until Netflix’s The Witcher starring Henry Cavill hits our screens and now we have a taste of our favourite sorceress Yennefer of Vengerberg played by Anya Chalotra. The Witcher will be released on December 20 on Netflix.
Netflix’s The Witcher is premiering on December 20, but that doesn’t mean the team behind the Henry Cavill series is resting on their laurels. It has been reported that season two may start filming either in December or January and now we have something that would support this claim. A UK-based prop maker expressed their
Netflix’s The Witcher is coming to our screens December 20 and each week we get more and more promotional material. This time it came from SFX Magazine where you can view new images of Henry Cavill‘s Geralt of Rivia, Anya Chalotra‘s Yennefer and Freya Allan‘s Ciri. As our purchased issue is available only in an
Netflix is keeping their cards close to their chests when it comes to The Witcher, but today we have learned the titles of six of the eight episodes of the Henry Cavill drama series. According to a list on WGA (Writers Guild of America) here they are: Episode 2: Four MarksEpisode 3: Betrayer MoonEpisode 4:
Yet another inteview with author Andrzej Sapkowski during his brief promotional campaign of Netflix’s The Witcher at the Lucca Comics & Games festival. Speaking to Wired, Sapkowski reveals his feelings about the trailer, whether the adaptation will be true to the books, what his next project is and whether he is a feminist. “Yesterday I
This has been a big week for Netflix’s The Witcher as we finally got a trailer and a December 20 release date for the Henry Cavill series. The center of everything was the Lucca Comics & Games festival where author Andrzej Sapkowski along with cast and crew talked about the show and gave many interviews.
Earlier this week, Netflix’s The Witcher unveiled its season one trailer, confirming a December 20 release date. However, this is just the beginning for the Henry Cavill-led show, with plans for season two and well beyond already in place. In an interview with SFX Magazine (reported by PCGamer), showrunner Lauren Hissrich said: “I’ve [mapped out stories]
Today is a great day for all of us Witcher fans! Not only Netflix released a trailer for The Witcher and confirmed December 20 as the release date, but via TheWitcherTv we also have some new photos, including those of Henry Cavill (Geralt), Anya Chalotra (Yennefer), Freya Allan (Ciri) and Emma Appleton (Renfri). Here they
NETFLIX have today finally confirmed the release date of The Witcher! After months of speculation, rumours and leaks, we now know for certain that the first season of the series will drop on December 20, 2019. On that day, we will finally witness Henry Cavill‘s Geralt of Rivia swing his witcher swords! And, even better
If you thought it ends with Lucca, you thought wrong! On December 14 and 15, Freya Allan (Ciri) and Anya Chalotra (Yennefer) will bring Netflix’s The Witcher to Madrid, Spain, as reported by FormulaTV. There is no word yet on whether Henry Cavill or showrunner Lauren S. Hissrich will attend or not. It isn’t clear