The Witcher Season 3 Confirmed With New Season 2 Footage (VIDEO)
Though set injury and the worldwide pandemic have derailed production throughout the past year, Henry Cavill and company are finally returning with Season 2 in only a few month’s time. However, in true Netflix fashion, even more entries to the Witcherverse have now been lined up ahead of the popular fantasy adaptation’s second outing, with The Witcher season 3 now officially confirmed to be coming to the streaming service.
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Unveiled during Netflix’s inaugural TUDUM announcement event, showrunner Lauren S. Hissrich confirmed the big season 3 return on Twitter, showing off a stylish, animated logo for the forthcoming new episodes. As this was only the first inkling of The Witcher Season 3, no further information about these new episodes was confirmed, but it likely comes as a relief for fans, especially as the show’s renewal notably depended on the success of Season 2.
In addition, the Netflix event also premiered two new clips for Season 2, offering the first bits of new footage since Season 2’s big release date reveal back in July. The first new clip, titled “Nivellen,” sees Henry Cavill’s Geralt discuss the ethics of training Ciri to become a witcher, a practice that is known to be quite brutal. Another, titled “Geralt & Ciri,” is decidedly more intense, featuring the magically inclined duo as they encounter a lethal monster on the premises. Check them out below.
The Witcher Season 3 doesn’t have a release date yet, but Season 2 premieres on Netflix on December 17th.
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