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October Is Rumored To Be The Release Date For The Witcher: Blood Origins

According to a recent source, Netflix is planning to broadcast The Witcher: Blood Origin in October, over a year after season 2.

According to a recent source, Netflix is planning to broadcast The Witcher: Blood Origin in October, over a year after season 2. The fantasy series, created by Declan de Barra, is set 1200 years before the events of the Henry Cavill-led blockbuster and the notorious Conjunction of the Spheres. Multiple worlds collided in this cataclysmic event, leading in the creation of chaos magic and a variety of strange species coexisting alongside humanity. The Conjunction, as well as the creation of the first Witcher and the Elven civilization in their prosperous years before they were wiped out by humanity, will be explored in The Witcher: Blood Origin.

Michelle Yeoh, Sophia Brown, Laurence O'Fuarain, Lenny Henry, Mirren Mack, Nathaniel Curtis, Dylan Moran, Jacob Collins-Levy, and Francesca Mills star in The Witcher: Blood Origin. The spinoff was announced in mid-2020 as Netflix sought to capitalize on the popularity of its mainstream Witcher series by creating a shared world of movies that includes the well-received animated film The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf, which explored Vesemir's origin narrative. Following the end of The Witcher season 2's premiere, fans may finally know when the next episode in the franchise will be released.


According to Redanian Intelligence, The Witcher: Blood Origin will be released on Netflix in October. According to the publication's unidentified source, the fantasy prequel series was originally slated to air on the streaming site between May and August 2022, but because the former had already began, they decided to postpone until later in the year.

The Witcher: Blood Origin release date rumors surface only weeks after reshoots for the prequel series began after concluding in November 2021. Netflix did not specify if the reshoots were for more photography or for revisions to the show's main plot. Declan de Barra, the show's creator and showrunner, confirmed the extended filming on Instagram, expressing his gratitude for a "wonderful night shoot." According to reports, The Witcher: Blood Origin's reshoots will not effect the show's release schedule, making Netflix's projected October launch an intriguing choice.

Netflix has published The Witcher material mostly in the autumn, with seasons 1 and 2 launching in December. The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf, on the other hand, was published in August 2021. Given the summer's midway, it's reasonable that some fans anticipated The Witcher: Blood Origin to arrive around the same time, in the hopes of maintaining viewer interest in the fantasy world while production on season 3 proceeds, much like Disney+ has done with its Star Wars and Marvel series. While fans wait for confirmation of the prequel's release date, they can binge-watch the entire Witcher universe on Netflix.

Source: Redanian Intelligence

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