The Witcher has been renewed by Netflix for seasons four and five. According to series director Stephen Surjik, both seasons will be written and shot simultaneously. The Witcher’s cast and crew announced that season 3’s filming was over via social media posts. The show’s Geralt of Rivia, played by Henry Cavill, marked the production’s closure with a sincere letter of gratitude to his cast and crew.
The Witcher is a film adaptation of Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski’s epic fantasy novel series of the same name. Anya Chalotra, Freya Allan, MyAnna Buring, Anna Shaffer, and Eamon Farren all have supporting parts in the show in addition to Henry Cavill, who plays the protagonist. Robbie Amell, Hugh Skinner, Meng’er Zhang, and Christelle Elwin have joined the cast of The Witcher in recurring roles for season 3.
Earlier, when creating Vikings: Valhalla for Netflix, numerous seasons were produced concurrently. The third season of The Witcher is anticipated to air in April or May 2023. The Witcher: Blood Origin, a Witcher spin-off series that will feature Michelle Yeoh, Sophia Brown, and Laurence O’Fuarain, is also being developed by Netflix. In December 2022, The Witcher: Blood Origin, a game set a millennium before The Witcher’s events, is scheduled for release.