The Witcher Netflix Series Release Date Leaked (RUMOR)
With Game of Thrones finishing its historic 8 season run recently, many have been looking to fill that high production value fantasy void that is now missing from the television landscape. One big potential candidate that many have been looking forward to is The Witcher Netflix series that has been in the works for quite some time now. Many details and on-set looks have been leaked throughout the past year, but even with filming wrapped, it is still unknown when the show will officially release. Well, according to one source, that release date may have made itself known.
The Twitter account for r/NetflixWitcher has shared much information about The Witcher Netflix series over the past few months, and their recent tweet claims that the new series is set to make its debut at the end of the year. Relaying the information from Redanian Intelligence, their post begins with a reference to producer Tomek Baginski’s comments this past February in which he claimed that ten more months of post-production would be needed before the show would air, implying a December release date.
— r/NetflixWitcher (@netflixwitcher) June 2, 2019
This release window seems to have been corroborated by a member of the VFX team, who shared a picture of the show’s wolf logo with a description also saying that with all the VFX work still needed, the show should be set to premiere this December. Netflix has yet to confirm or deny this release date, but with multiple sources claiming it, an announcement could be made any time soon. Until then, fans can sit back and play a nice game of Gwent, knowing that the show is within sight.
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