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News movies & tv series 16 July 2019, 11:39

author: Paul Wozniak

Netflix's Witcher Very Likely to Get Three Seasons

When asked about The Witcher on his Twitter, KC Walsh said that the production is likely to sport full three seasons.


Henry Cavill has uploaded another photo from The Witcher to his instagram account (you can see it below). Thanks to him we can see how Geralt riding Roach looks like.

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We are only a few days away from seeing the launch trailer of The Witcher from Netflix. On July 19, during a panel at Comic-Con International: San Diego 2019, a trailer of the series adaptation of Geralt's adventures will be released. Tonight we also learned that the production will most likely see three full seasons.

When asked about the series on his Twitter, KC Walsh (a man with strong ties to DC) said he had heard that he had been hired under the same conditions as when working on Netflix'sSabrina i.e. had been contracted in advance for three seasons. Moreover, in the next entry he does not rule out the possibility of a fourth season. Already in December last year KC Walsh wrote that Netflix is satisfied with The Witcher and further adventures can be planned even before the premiere of the first season, and Henry Cavill (who plays Geralt) may soon have even more work to do.

In three days we will see the first trailer of The Witcher.

The rumors also coincide with leaks from Recapped (a website informing about nudity scenes in upcoming productions), which already in May announced that work on the second season of The Witcher is to start in late December and early January. It is worth noting that information from this website is extremely accurate and often turn out to be true.

The official premiere date of the first season has not been known yet, but for some time now there have been rumors that it is to take place on December 20, this year. The exact date will probably be given on this year's Comic-Con.

The Witcher Banner at this year's Comic-Con.
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