Netflix’s The Witcher has big plans for the week of Halloween, where it will host several panels across two large conventions in London, England and Lucca, Italy. As we count down the days until the show’s upcoming trailer (slated for release on October 31), Netflix isn’t wasting any time. With the set visit embargo seemingly
THE sheer mass of information that came out of San Diego Comic Con still seems a little hard to digest, whether you’re new to the Witcher world or not. Not only were we treated to a feast of footage, but the interviews that followed also provided answers to riddles we’ve been trying to solve for
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
Later, it was said the man came from the north, from Roper’s Gate. He came on foot, leading his laden horse by the bridle. It was late afternoon and the ropers’, saddlers’ and tanners’ stalls were already closed, the street empty. The Last Wish; The Witcher THE second character out of three in our streak
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
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.
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
During the final leg of production, the Witcher crew converged at the ruins of Egri Var Masolata, where they filmed for four straight weeks. Much was discussed about the scenes filmed in these ruins during the filming period, and Redanian Intelligence was able to uncover many interesting details that led us to believe the filming