Witcher on Netflix
The Witcher Netflix series is getting closer, and we can’t wait to see our favorite grumpy demon hunter in the battle-scarred flesh. According to the streaming giant, the series will tell the tale of “Geralt, a mutated monster hunter [who] struggles to find his place in a world where people often prove more wicked than beasts.” 


Set for release this December, the show will use the books, rather than the game adaptations, as source material, and Lauren Hissrich (previously of The Defenders, Daredevil and The West Wing) will act as showrunner. She’s been sharing the project’s progress on social media, and the recent release of an action-packed trailer has us salivating all over our silver swords. 



For those who want more, here’s everything we know about The Witcher Netflix series so far.


Fast Facts:


  • The Witcher Netflix release date: December 20
  • The Witcher Netflix showrunner: Lauren Schmidt Hissrich
  • The Witcher Netflix cast: Henry Cavill, Jodhi May, Freya Allan


The Witcher Netflix series release date is December 20


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Some Facts about Witcher


  1. Polish fantasy writer, Andrzej Sapkowski, first wrote The Witcher as a short story in 1986 for the purpose of entering a magazine contest. He came third.




  1. CD Projekt decided to develop a new engine, REDengine, to implement their vision for The Witcher 2.




  1. The game’s art design was inspired by the Slavic culture, with minor influences from Celtic, Germanic, and Scandinavian mythos.




  1. CD Projekt released the Director’s Cut patch on July 31, 2009 for The Witcher to North American players which removed censorship in the game, mainly revealing nudity on erotic cards.




  1. The original music for The Witcher was composed by Adam Skorupa and Pawel Blaszczak. It released in 2007 and won “Best Fantasy Game Soundtrack” by the Radio Rivendell Fantasy Awards.




  1. In April of 2009 CD Projekt RED announced that The Witcher: Rise of the White Wolf had been put on indefinite hold due to complications with Widescreen Games.




  1. In The Witcher 2, protagonist Geralt was more than a 100 years old.




  1. Dandelion’s supposed real name is Julian Alfred Pankratz viscount de Lettenhove. But his original Polish name, “Jaskier”, literally means “Buttercup.” Not quite befitting of the womanizing bard.




  1. Conan O’Brian reviewed The Witcher III: Wild Hunt on a Clueless Gamer segment.