The popular historical drama on Netflix, The Witcher, has drawn its inspiration from the work of Andrzej Sapkowski in the same name and has been on the top list of the viewers since its release. It focuses on the adventures of Geralt of Rivia, who has been a monster hunter. To date, two seasons of the series have been released, yet so much more is to be told about the rich story.
For the same, Netflix is planning to expand the horizons of the show and has planned a prequel named The Witcher: Blood Origin. This has surely made us excited, and we are here to share with you the details of this new addition.
When is The Witcher: Blood Origin Releasing?
It is certain that Netflix is all set to release The Witcher: Blood Origin in 2022, as it made it official recently towards the end of this year. But the exact date of its airing is still not known, and we will have to wait for a while to learn about it. Despite the production being wrapped up this year by November, The Witcher: Blood Origin cannot be seen early next year.
But if we go by previous releases, The Witcher franchise made its releases in December, so the coming of The Witcher: Blood Origin can also be predicted sometime during the fall of next year. But also, since its production is all done, we can expect that Netflix won’t let us wait that long and might bring the series somewhere between July- December next year.
What is the Story of The Witcher: Blood Origin?
The plot of the show will have its backdrop set around 1200 years in the elven world earlier to The Witcher. The story will focus on telling the making of the first of a kind The Witcher prototype, whose story had got lost with time. The show will highlight how the series of events led to the making of a single world where all men, monsters and elves thrived together due to the conjunction of different spheres.
Who Can All Be Seen In The Witcher: Blood Origin?
Since the story is set a lot of years before the now Witcher series, it is highly uncertain that whether we will be able to watch any characters making their way in this prequel too.
But other than this, the cast of The Witcher: Blood Origin comprised of Sophia Brown, Lenny Henry, Laurence O’Fuarain, Nathaniel Curtis, Dylan Moran, Michelle Yeoh, Huw Novelli, Amy Murray, Jacob Collins-Levy, Francesca Mills, Mirren Mack, Zach Wyatt and Lizzie Annis.
What More To Know?
For the ones who are looking for the official trailer of The Witcher: Blood Origin, you will have to wait for a while as Netflix hasn’t officially released it on any of the social media platforms for the viewers. But it did offer the same to its audience at the end of season 2 of The Witcher on its platform.
So we will have to wait a little while for it to come out officially. And to add to our delight, it has become certain that the third installment to The Witcher series is being worked on by Netflix, so we must be prepared for some exciting stories to be told!