In August 2022, two brand-new The Witcher supplemental documentaries will debut on Netflix. On August 23, 2022, all regions of Netflix will receive both of the new titles. 

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They are both Bestiary documentaries that explore which monsters were included, their origins, and what makes them such fearsome adversaries in the world of The Witcher. 

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Two Bestiary specials have already been released on Netflix. The Witcher Bestiary Part 1 was the first, and it covered Kikimora and the Striga 

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Dragons, basilisks, and other animals were covered in Part 2. Each lasted for about ten minutes. The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf, an anime movie that will be released in 2021, has a Bestiary as its first supplementary film. 

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The second documentary explores all of the monsters you saw in The Witcher season 2 and serves as a companion piece. The document’s description is as follows: 

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“Explore the roots of the beasties roaming Season 2 of The Witcher, from blood-hungry bruxa to forest-dwelling leshy, from wyverns to the Wild Hunt.” 

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These documentaries will be included in The World of Witcher collection within the Netflix app, along with a plethora of other companion documentaries, the main series, and movies. 

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The Witcher: Blood Origin, which we’ve heard would debut in December 2022, will be the major new Witcher release for Netflix in 2022. 

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Season 3 of The Witcher is still being filmed elsewhere, albeit production has lately been put on hold because Henry Cavill has COVID-19. The Witcher season 3 has no definite release date. 

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“Explore the roots of the beasties roaming Season 2 of The Witcher, from blood-hungry bruxa to forest-dwelling leshy, from wyverns to the Wild Hunt. 

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