The Witcher is Netflix’s next big gamble, with a budget higher than usual and rumors of a long-term commitment (three seasons in advance, according to Geeks WorldWide’s KC Walsh). During the fantasy series’ much anticipated Hall H panel at San Diego Comic Con, the first trailer was released. Attending the panel was creator and showrunner
With The Witcher panel mere hours away, exciting news comes courtesy of Entertainment Tonight. As one of the many major news outlets on hand at Comic Con, it appears Entertainment Tonight is aiming to feed Witcher fans, and this time, the feeding was live streamed. Airing three and a half hours before The Witcher’s cast
The day has come. We’ve been waiting for more than two years, since the project’s first announcement in May 2017, to see any footage of Netflix’s The Witcher. Now, the big moment is very, very close, as confirmed by executive producer Tomasz Baginski.
Brace yourselves! The Witcher is coming to Comic Con! Though The Witcher‘s first season is still five months away and set to debut this December on Netflix, the show’s marketing campaign has already begun. After a set of posters depicting the show’s three main characters was released, Netflix announced that The Witcher will also be
With The Witcher’s debut at San Diego Comic Con coming up on July 19, lead actor Henry Cavill has given us our first tease of a beloved character: his mare Roach.
Just when everyone had almost fully processed our first official promotional photographs of Geralt, Yennefer and Ciri in Netflix’s Witcher, more emerge. While there are only a couple of newbies, they’re well worth seeing, and there’s a little extra information to be squeezed out from behind the scenes!
The time has finally come for food to be served, baby. The Witcher gods have smiled upon us, bestowing a feast fit for kings. We are fed. Scroll on for our first taste of Netflix’s The Witcher, including posters, medallions, and our leads in costume looking heroic as fuck.