The first season of The Witcher has been available on Netflix for a couple of weeks now and after the first (or second, or tenth) watch people have started asking in which parts of the world certain scenes of the show were filmed. In our new article series, Location Check, we’ll explore some of the
Category: Behind the Scenes
The Witcher’s first season on Netflix left viewers in suspense of the fate of its greatest heroine Yennefer, who seemingly disappeared after depleting her magical resources. At the Battle of Sodden, she and a handful of mages made a desperate last stand to prevent the superior Nilfgaardian forces from crossing the door to the North.
As you probably already know, Princess Renfri was originally going to be played by Millie Brady in Netflix’s The Witcher. She shot most or all of her scenes, but in the end the decision was made to reshoot the entire Blaviken story. As a result, several roles were recast including Renfri, who in the end
It’s been more than a week since The Witcher has been out on Netflix and the floodgates are finally open. The cast and crew were all too happy to finally share their experiences, including behind the scenes images of the life-like monsters and spectacular action scenes. Of course, the steady stream of social media posts
The Witcher is out on Netflix and most (if not all) of you will have seen the series by now. While the Henry Cavill led fantasy epic features standout performances from a brilliant ensemble cast, let us not forget the men and women behind the scenes. Most of the action scenes especially could never have
Netflix’s recently released fantasy series, The Witcher, tells the tale of Geralt of Rivia (played by Superman’s Henry Cavill). Belonging to the Guild of Witchers, Geralt is a solitary monster hunter with superhuman abilities and tackles many a beast throughout the show’s eight episodes. Now, we’re happy to reveal some new behind-the-scenes material we have
With The Witcher‘s release date fast approaching, Netflix are bombarding the fans with a constant wave of Henry Cavill interviews, worldwide panels and new footage. It is almost hard to remember the dark times of yore, when we worked very hard to find and reveal new information about the show. In this report, we conclude
Netflix’s hotly-anticipated fantasy, The Witcher starring Henry Cavill, is set to launch on the streaming service in just over three weeks’ time. When the series releases, all eight one-hour episodes will be available at once, and it’s likely that the fans will binge through them in one weekend. Creating this eight-hour experience, however, took many
Netflix is set to launch The Witcher‘s first season in a month’s time, and we’re very close to seeing Henry Cavill‘s debut as Geralt on the small screen. Meanwhile, our behind-the-scenes series continues, this time with a Nilfgaardian siege camp, a familiar forest and a return to the ruins of Egri var.
In the last Redanian Archives, we discussed Netflix’s preparations for the filming of the Battle of Sodden, a key moment in The Witcher‘s season finale. This time, we’ll dive right into it, including behind the scenes pictures of the crew, a couple of new cast members, and the show’s first big wrap party.