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
Category: Behind the Scenes
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.
Netflix’s long anticipated series The Witcher, starring Superman‘s Henry Cavill, is expected to be the streaming service’s biggest show this coming winter. With a release date of December 20, the fans are counting down the days until the show will grace their screens. In the meantime, let’s dive into another entry of Redanian Archives, our
In an unanticipated but greatly appreciated move, The Witcher’s showrunner Lauren Hissrich took to Reddit to share some exlusive behind-the-scenes images and answer the fandom’s most urgent questions, including what thoughts went into the design of the Nilfgaardian armors, who will play Borch and what was the most challenging episode to shoot. Fans have been
Two new behind-the-scenes pictures of Cintra have been revealed by Lauren S Hissrich, showrunner of Netflix’s The Witcher. The stills feature actress Freya Allan (Ciri), Jodhi May (Queen Calanthe), Bjorn Hlynur Haraldsson (King Eist Tuirseach) and Adam Levy (Mousesack). The new stills show a feast in the Great Hall of Cintra and were posted on
Redanian Archives recounts the filming of Netflix’s The Witcher with behind the scenes pictures and revelations. This time, we’ll revisit the crew’s exciting detour to The Witcher‘s homeland – Poland. In the ruins of the old Ogrodzieniec Castle, Polish fans were able to spot the crew in the process of filming and provide us with
In the last Redanian Archives, we covered Netflix’s filming of The Witcher on the Canary Islands. This time, we’ll follow the show’s cast and crew as they return to Budapest to film the climactic fight scene of short story The Bounds of Reason, involving dwarves, mages and a golden dragon. Join us for another exciting
In this Redanian Archives, we’ll take a behind-the-scenes look at The Witcher‘s filming on the beautiful island of La Palma. With the show’s release this coming December, La Palma island will become the Continent’s Dragon Mountains, where Geralt and Yennefer join the hunt for a golden dragon, as well as the beautiful Brokilon Forest, home
During the production of The Witcher‘s first season, the show filmed in five different countries. In the next few entries of Redanian Archives, we’ll explore the show’s filming in the Canary Islands, where tourists and local news sites were able to give us our first proper look at the show’s filming on location. Read on