RUMOR: The Witcher Netflix Series Release Date Leaks

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As time goes on the Netflix adaption of the Witcher franchise continues to build hype amongst fans, especially now that filming of the show has finally wrapped up. While producers have confirmed in the past that it would be debuting sometime later this year, there hasn’t been any solid confirmation on when fans can expect to see the show, until now that is.

An NSFW celebrity blog by the name of Recapped recently released a post that states that the Netflix Witcher series would be arriving on December 20th of this year. Many shows tend to take a break around the Holiday season so it wouldn’t be too bad of an idea to release a show around that time.  The blog site also hints that the series has a second season already green-lit and will begin filming sometime in either December or January.

Unfortunately, the site doesn’t seem to have anything backing up the claim and the post was listed under “rumors” so it’s worth noting that the information should be taken with a grain of salt. While it would be wonderful news for fans hoping to watch the Netflix adaption of the Witcher franchise, there’s no way of telling whether or not the recent leak is accurate or not. Until the showrunners themselves reveal the intended release date, fans will have no choice but to wait patiently.

Do you think that the show will show up nearly at the very end of the year, or will it arrive sometime earlier? What are you most excited to see from the series? Let us know your thoughts on the Netflix Witcher adaptation and more in the comments section below. As always don’t forget to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter for 24/7 coverage of all things gaming and entertainment.

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