Category: Behind the Scenes

The Witcher Showrunner Explains Vilgefortz Being Defeated by Cahir in Season 1

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One of the more discussed scenes in the first season of Netflix’s The Witcher was that Eamon Farren‘s Cahir defeated Mahesh Jadu‘s Vilgefortz with the former being a normal human, and the latter being the most powerful mage ever. Book readers knew that this scene felt somewhat off since eventually, Vilgefortz would have to defeat

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The Witcher: Blood Origin prequel series wraps filming

The Witcher prequel series set 1200 years before Geralt, and starring Michelle Yeoh, Lenny Henry, Laurence Fuarain, and Sophia Brown started filming this August in the gorgeous landscapes of Iceland, then moved to England’s Arborfield Studios for internal shoots as well as some occasional location shoots. Now, several months later, filming has finally wrapped as

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First images with the characters of The Witcher prequel ‘Blood Origin’

Cameras for The Witcher: Blood Origin have been rolling for over a month now, but compared to the original series, things have been relatively quiet and more relaxed. So far until now we haven’t got a chance to take a look at the characters portrayed by Michelle Yeoh, Sophia Brown, Laurence O’Fuarain and others, but

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The Witcher concept art shows alternative look for dryads, Nilfgaardians, dwarves and more

The first season of Netflix’s The Witcher saw the introduction of many of the Continent’s races with each of them having a distinct look. Some viewers were happy with what they saw, some were not. In any case, we already know from leaked pictures and assurances from showrunner Lauren Hissrich that both the elves and

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Unused Witcher costumes reveal lore-friendly Jaskier hat and Renfri flashbacks

Anyone who has watched The Witcher on Netflix will attest that, right after Henry Cavill’s Geralt, Anya Chalotra’s Yennefer and Freya Allan’s Ciri, the next breakout performance of the season also belongs to Joey Batey and the bard Jaskier. Though Batey managed to bring the novels’ character to life quite admirably, one important change sets

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