Fans of The witcher were eagerly awaiting an announcement during Nexflix Geeked Week and today they received one … sort of. While everyone knows that filming for the new season of the fantasy series ended in March and that the new season is slated to air in the fourth quarter of 2021, many were hoping for an exact release date and at least them. mandatory behind-the-scenes footage. Today, just one image suggests information about the show is coming … on Friday.
Netflix is currently in the midst of its Geeked Week event, which has seen plenty of announcements, videos and more posted on some of the streamer’s biggest shows and franchises, but so far there had been no word on The witcher. However, today, Witcher’s official Twitter account posted an image of a stylized poster with the date of Friday, June 11 written at the bottom and tagged in Netflix’s Geeked grip. This has led fans to hope that they will not only know more about Season 2 of The Witcher, but also spinoffs such as The Witcher: Origin of Blood, who were a little teased but nothing more.
Many fans of the show were quick to jump on the tweet, asking what to expect, if their favorite character was going to be among the footage aired, and more. You can check out some of the comments below.
The witcher is one of the series slated to get an update this week as part of Netflix’s online event, but given the hype surrounding it, there was no doubt that they were going to keep them waiting. fans as long as possible before making their revelation. With mentions already given to the next Sand seller adaptation, as well as the updated season on Lock & Key, Shadow and bone and The Umbrella Academy, it’s now The witcher that everyone is looking forward to.
The witcher The series is based on the books by Polish author Andrej Sapkowski and started on Netflix in December 2019. The first season, which ran for eight episodes, was based on the specific books. The last wish and Sword of fate, which are two collections of short fiction films that act as a prequel to the main story. The second season, which will also include eight episodes, was given the green light shortly thereafter, with filming taking place as soon as possible after the pandemic stopped.
Since we know production is over, and post-production is almost over as well, it wouldn’t be too hard to expect some sort of trailer on Friday, or maybe it pushes too far. With these kinds of events, you always expect a big arrival, and without an update for such a long time, it would definitely be a great way to end the Geeked Week event. In the meantime, the event continues with a lot to look forward to in the coming days. Watch for updates as they become available.
Topics: The Witcher, Netflix