The Witcher Fan Petition Asks For “Toss A Coin” To Be Played At Super Bowl
Netflix’s The Witcher series continues to make waves as we begin to work our way through the new year. Recently, it was revealed that demand for the original book series by Andrzej Sapkowski has become so high thanks to the show that a publisher has promised to print “over half a million” copies to meet demand. The Netflix series has some other things as well, as it has been revealed that a new petition has been launched requesting that the show’s most popular song be played at this year’s Super Bowl.
As reported by ComicBook, The Witcher series fan Max Hicks recently took to change.org to launch a new petition asking that the “Toss a coin” song performed by Joey Batey be played at this year’s Super Bowl. His reasoning? “Henry Cavill’s favorite team is the Chiefs,” Hicks begins. “This is due to the fact that Superman is from Kansas, and Cavill stated that it would likely be Clark Kent’s favorite team, therefore it’s his.”
Since the Chiefs are in the Superbowl, and the end of 2019 had a release of the Witcher; we should celebrate by playing the song in honor of a notable Chiefs fan.”
I’ll admit that the reasoning isn’t exactly bulletproof, though one does not need a reason to play Toss a coin at a major sporting event. Still, given that the Super Bowl is a mere weeks away, chances are it won’t happen. At least we have the first season of The Witcher series should we feel the need to get our Toss a coin fix.
Season 2 of Netflix’s The Witcher series is now in pre-production.
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