We haven’t traveled that monstrous Valley of Abundance with Geralt of Rivia (Henry Cavill) since December 2019 — which seems like 10 years ago — but Netflix has worked hard to maintain The Witcher hype going. Finally, today we have a new look thanks to the Tudum event.
Anime prequel film Wolf’s nightmare hit the streamer last month, expanding the world of the series and by introducing a character we’ll see a lot more (this time in live action) in the second season. It was quite another season pictures,, multiple banter, ia trailer, the last to arrive during Netflix’s virtual WitcherCon event this summer, and all hint at what awaits us for the grunting hero (who promised they will grumble less this time) and his friends. Today we have some real clips from the season that will further involve us. Check them out below!
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In addition, Netflix has also developed a first look behind the scenes Witch: Bloodline, another prequel, though this one feature series live, and was also set much earlier than Wolf’s nightmare. According to their own official synopsis: “Set in the elven world 1,200 years before the world Witch: Bloodline will tell a story lost in time – the creation of the first prototype of a witch and the events that led to the break in the “union of spheres”, when the worlds of monsters, humans and elves merged into one. “Actors include Sophia Brown, Laurence O’Fuarain and a lot more– although we are a bit biased because he is already our favorite character whoever Michelle Yeoh played.
Second season Witch, created by Lauren Schmidt Hissrich, and according to the books Andrzej Sapkowski, arrives on December 17 on Netflix. In addition to Cavilla, they star Freya Allan as Princess Ciri, Anya Chalotra as Yennefer of Vengerberg, Joey Batey as Jaskier, and Kim Bodnia as Vesemir. Blood Origin there is no release date.
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