The Witcher

Fans are eagerly awaiting to see whether the Netflix Geeked Week event would deliver new footage out of The Witcher, and it seems like they may get their wish.

Fans of The Witcher have been waiting patiently to get an announcement during Nexflix Geeked Week and today they got you. . .sort of. While everyone knows that filming on the brand new period of the dream series wrapped in March, along with the new season is set to air sometime in Q4 of 2021, many expected a specific release date along with the obligatory behind-the-scenes footage . Now, a single picture suggested that information on the show is coming. . .on Friday.

Netflix is now slap bang in the middle of its Geeked Week event, which has seen many statements, videos, and more submitted on some of the streamer’s most important franchises and shows, but so far there had been no word about The Witcher. However, today the official Witcher Twitter accounts posted a picture of a stylized poster using all the date Friday, June 11 written on the base of it, and labeled in Netflix’s Geeked handle. This has led fans to hope that not only will they find more information about season two of The Witcher, but also concerning the spin-offs like The Witcher: Blood Origin, which have been teased a bit but nothing more.

Many fans of this series were quick to jump onto the tweet, inquiring what they can expect if their favorite character was going to be among whatever footage is published, and more. You may have a look at a few of the comments below.

The Witcher is just one of those series expected to obtain an update this week as part of Netflix’s online event, but considering the hype surrounding it, there was little doubt they were planning to make fans wait too long as possible before making it it it their show. With references given to the upcoming Sandman adaptation, as well as the season updated on Locke & Key, Shadow and Bone, and The Umbrella Academy, it is currently The Witcher that everybody is seeking with eager anticipation.

The Witcher series relies on the novels by Polish writer Andrej Sapkowski, also began on Netflix in December 2019. The first time, which ran for eight episodes, was predicated on the particular publications The Last Wish and Sword of Destiny, which can be both collections of short fiction that work as a prequel to the main story. The next season, which will also consist of eight episodes, was given the green light shortly after, with filming taking place as soon as was possible after the pandemic shutdown.

As we know that production is finished, and post-production can also be almost done, it would not be too much to expect some kind of trailer Friday, or perhaps that’s pushing too far. With this kind of occasion, there is always an expectation of a big end, and with no updates for so long, it would surely be a big way to finish the Geeked Week event. Meanwhile, the event has plenty to still look forward to in the next few days. Look out for the upgrades as soon as they become accessible.