The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf

The Witcher Season 2 gets its First Sneak Peek

Witcher fans rejoice a new sneak peek for the long-awaited second season of the popular fantasy show has arrived. The series based on the two Witcher novels The Last Wish and Sword of Destiny has released a twelve-second teaser after filming wrapped in April this year. The clip features Ciri briefly training with Geralt as an impending battle with Nilfgaard’s army looms over the monster-hunting trio. The clip promises the formal training of The Loin Cub of Cintra in her journey to become a witcher herself like Geralt with a penchant for the mystic arts like Yennefer in the upcoming season.

Coupled with the clip was an announcement of WitcherCon. Netflix has partnered with the developers of The Witcher game series CD Projekt Red to deliver a slew of new content via a virtual convention that’s pegged for July 9th.


Image Via Reddit


Fans of both the games and the Netflix series will likely get more previews of the upcoming season and may feature teasers for the upcoming spin-off projects. The first being The Witcher: Blood Origin, a prequel series of the first witchers ever known, and The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf an animated film focusing on Geralt’s mentor, Vesemir, in his origin story before he debuts in the second season.

After facing a hodgepodge of delays due to the pandemic and some onset injuries the future of The Witcher seems clearer than ever. With this new teaser, the hype can once again sprawl further beyond the confines of the video game and novel worlds. Viewers will finally get to follow everybody’s favorite stoic monster hunter and friends sometime very soon in Fall 2021.

Watch the teaser here.



Netflix Decides to Toss a Coin to a New Witcher

Witcher fans…be prepared! Netflix has just announced that The Witcher is returning. In addition to the streaming giant releasing a second season of The Witcher and the animated movie The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf, Netflix is creating a Witcher spinoff that is going to leave fans enamored and speechless!

This time around, however, Geralt of Rivia will sadly not be gracing our television screens. Instead, they have decided to transport us back 1,200 years before the Geralt of Rivia and into a world overflowing with monsters, elves, and men. This new story will encompass the rise of the first Witcher and will be in six captivating live-action parts.




Although we do not know any more information on The Witcher: Blood Origin or even have a release date, it is guaranteed that Declan de Barra and Lauren Schmidt Hissrich are going to make this origin story unforgettable for loyal fans around the world. The question is, are you ready to toss a coin to this new Witcher?

feature image via Netflix