The Witcher prequel miniseries drops a new trailer

The new trailer for the upcoming prequel reveals a world before Witchers ever existed.

Fans of The Witcher will be delighted to see the Netflix trailer for the new Witcher prequel miniseries that is scheduled to premiere on December 25, 2022.

The Witcher: Blood Origin reveals a new trailer.

The Witcher: Blood Origin is a spin-off of The Witcher series that will serve as a prequel to the Netflix series that has already released two seasons on the streaming platform.

Netflix announced the four-episode limited series last July. It will be set 1,200 years before the events of the first season of The Witcher and depict the creation of the first Witcher as well as the events leading to the "Conjunction of the Spheres." It will also explore the ancient Elven civilization before its demise.

Lauren Schmidt Hissrich will continue in her current role as the executive producer, while screenwriter Declan de Barra will serve as the showrunner. Earlier in 2021, Jodie Turner-Smith and Laurence O'Fuarain joined the cast, but later in April 2021, Jodie Turner-Smith departed from the cast due to scheduling conflicts. Since then, Michelle Yeoh and Sophia Brown have joined the cast. Laurence O'Fuarain stars as Fjall, a warrior sworn to protect the king; Michelle Yeoh as Scian, a nomadic sword-elf; and Sophia Brown as Eile, a traveling musician.

Thousands of fans have signed up for a petition to keep Henry Cavill playing Geralt of Rivia.

In October of this year, Netflix announced season 3 will be Henry Cavill's last appearance as Geralt of Rivia with Liam Hemsworth replacing him in Season 4. This news came shortly after Henry Cavill's cameo in the post-credits of Black Adam, a scene that marked his return to the DC Extended Universe as Superman.

Speaking of Netflix's The Witcher series, there's growing interest in the fan petition to bring Cavill back and kick the showrunners off the show. More than 218,000 fans have signed the petition and it's now on track to reach 300,000 later this month.

Caleb Sama

Film critic with filmstagram page, devoted enthusiast of film, anime, TV shows, and high fantasy literature. Discovered as a young boy that the world existed in as many realities as we could possibly envision, and we are only limited by our own imagination. Just to name a few, his favorite works of art are; One Piece, Attack on Titan, Arcane: League of Legends, The Expanse, and The Lord of the Rings Trilogy. To quote Alfredo: "Whatever you end up doing, love it." Link up with Caleb on Steam.
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