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'The Witcher' Season Three Confirmed By Netflix

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'The Witcher' Season Three Confirmed By Netflix

Over the weekend at Netflix's TUDUM event, the entertainment company confirmed that its already made plans to make a third season of The Witcher. The hit fantasy series has only had one season released so far, and had a tumultuous second season production during Covid lockdowns. Even though we have not seen season two of The Witcher yet, Netflix seems confident in its success and has made sure to tell us all a third is on the way.

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Netflix put up a post on Twitter saying: "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." That means not only are we getting a third season of the main show, but there is another spin-off confirmed too.

Here is the teaser for season two of The Witcher...

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Netflix seems to be going hard on making sure that the Witcher universe is a success. We now have the mainline series of The Witcher on the go, with season two set for release in December 2021, and of course, we have The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf which was an animated movie revolving around beloved character Vesemir. Additionally, there is the prequel miniseries The Witcher: Blood Origin which is set a long, long time before any of the current Witcher projects to explain some of the lore behind the world.


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Now, The Witcher season three is confirmed, that does leave me to wonder if the ending of season two is something of a cliffhanger. Has the team decided to make sure we get an explanation for the ending, or are they simply so chuffed with the result of the series they've made that they're entirely confident in its continued success? Well, we'll find out on December 17.

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Topics: The Witcher

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