The Witcher (2019– )
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A terrifying pack of foes lays Geralt low. Yennefer and her fellow mages prepare to fight back. A shaken Ciri depends on the kindness of a stranger.

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Marc Jobst

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Lauren Schmidt (written for television by) (as Lauren Schmidt Hissrich), Lauren Schmidt (created for television by) (as Lauren Schmidt Hissrich) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Henry Cavill ... Geralt of Rivia
Anya Chalotra ... Yennefer
Freya Allan ... Ciri
MyAnna Buring ... Tissaia
Anna Shaffer ... Triss
Mahesh Jadu ... Vilgefortz
Mimi Ndiweni ... Fringilla
Eamon Farren ... Cahir
Therica Wilson-Read ... Sabrina
Anna-Louise Plowman ... Zola
Francis Magee ... Yurga
Frida Gustavsson ... Ma
Emma Appleton ... Renfri
Shaun Dooley ... King Foltest
Lu Corfield ... Marites

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A terrifying pack of foes lays Geralt low. Yennefer and her fellow mages prepare to fight back. A shaken Ciri depends on the kindness of a stranger.

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Henry Cavill dehydrated himself for scenes that involved nudity, such as the bathtub scene. He would drink less water for three days. On the third he would drink no water, while on the fourth they would shoot the scenes. He explained that this process would make his skin thinner and sit better on his muscles. See more »

Quotes

Geralt of Rivia: Ill winds follow grave robbers.
Yurga: If I was a robber, I'd be taking their belongings, Butcher.
Geralt of Rivia: If I was a butcher, you'd be amongst the corpses.
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Soundtracks

The Song of The White Wolf
Written by Sonya Belousova and Giona Ostinelli
Produced by Sonya Belousova and Giona Ostinelli
Lyrics by Declan De Barra
Performed by Declan De Barra and Sonya Belousova
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Bring on Season 2
21 December 2019 | by binaryoneSee all my reviews

Excellent ending and buildup for Season 2. I've never read the books so to those who say I could have experienced something better, that's great. Maybe I will read the books one day now that I've watched this. But just so you know, most books transferred onto film isn't going to do the books justice.

I also can't understand anyone who would bill this as the next GoT. GoT got old. The way The Witcher is being written where intertwining stories are aired from past and present and finally they meet in the end...this is going down a path that leaves the possibility for writers to develop on these characters further in season 2 in a pace that doesn't unnecessarily drag it out as I've felt at times in GoT. We would still have bloody good entertainment at the end of the day, regardless.

I for one, can't wait to see Season 2.


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Language:

English

Release Date:

20 December 2019 (USA) See more »

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Hivemind, Platige Films See more »
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