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Netflix really is doing everything it can to solidify its The Witcher content as an entire universe to explore. Though, you may well know, the world of Geralt of Rivia is full of explicit violence, sex, and swearing, Netflix is trying its best to make the world of the Witcher a little more palatable to families and kids with yet another series it's lined up to create.
I know, I know, a PG version of The Witcher might not sound like The Witcher at all right? The games and the series both contain some pretty explicit stuff so what will a series directed at kids even contain? Well, that's a mystery but Netflix has confirmed that it is indeed working on it at the moment.
Here is the teaser for season two of The Witcher...
At its TUDUM event, the entertainment company not only confirmed the new family-friendly spin-off, but season three of the mainline The Witcher series too. Though we've not even seen the second season as it's set for release in December this year, Netflix seems confident that we're going to love it all the same.
Toss a coin to our growing Witcher universe! We can officially announce The Witcher Season 3, along with a second anime feature film, and a new Kids and Family series set in the world of The Witcher. pic.twitter.com/E032fDAXYx
- The Witcher (@witchernetflix) September 25, 2021
That means that we're waiting for *checks notes* two seasons of The Witcher, prequel mini-series The Witcher: Blood Origins and now a family-friendly show too. Oh, and I can't forget that after the success of the animated film The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf which focused on a younger Vesemir, that there is another animated film in the works too. Netflix is going ham on making sure that we're all hooked on its monster-hunting universe by making sure it's catering to as many people as possible.
A kid-friendly series though is going to be a bit of a puzzle. Will it be the same sort of Witcher adventures but toned down to involve less guts, gore, and sex or will it just be set within the world and follow an entirely different course? That's all unclear but if it means more good TV to watch, we're all for it.
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Topics: The Witcher
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