Season 3 of The Witcher is in the works at Netflix, but isn’t expected to arrive anytime soon. She will adapt the second volume of the literary saga, one of the most interesting. The platform also unveiled the first trailer for the Blood Origin spin-off.
Season 2 of The Witcher is available on Netflix. The platform does not intend to release the license anytime soon and is already planning a season 3. The latter was announced in September but for the moment, there is little information about her. Thus, its release date has not been set.
The first season arrived on Netflix in December 2019, it was therefore necessary to wait two years for the continuation of the adventures of Geralt and Ciri. An unusually long delay for a series, to be blamed on COVID (filming was stopped several times) as well as an injury to Henry Cavill.
Will The Witcher season 3 arrive in 2023?
Netflix gave no date for season 3. While a two-year delay would be surprising, it shouldn’t be hoped anytime soon either. In an interview with TechRadar, showrunner Lauren Schmidt Hissrich indicated that the script has just been completed and the creation process can now begin. It is therefore necessary to assemble the actors again and shoot the new series of episodes. It seems short for a December 2022 release for a series of this stature, but you never know.
Hissrich also confirms that season 3 will adapt Le Temps du Mépris, the second part of the literary saga of the witcher (which has five) and one of the most epic. The second season has adapted the first volume (Le Sang des Elfes) while season 1 took the party to stage the news taking place before.
While waiting for this season 3, we can fall back on Blood Origin. Worn by Michelle Yeoh, this series takes place 1200 years before Geralt’s adventures and will narrate the conjunction of the spheres, an event where the elves saw humans and monsters arrive in their world. It was around this time that the first witcher was born. A series that could be very interesting but which also does not have a release date.
Source: Tech Radar