We are flying back 1,200 years in time compared to the adventures of Geralt of Rivia in the new The Witcher spin-off series.

Netflix has announced that they have begun work on a spin-off series of The Witcher covering a total of six episodes. The same for the series Lauren Schmidt Hissrich is in charge of the showrunner position for the original The Witcher series, and the screenplay is written by Declan de Barra. Andrzej Sapkowski, author of Vaják novels, is involved as a creative consultant.

According to the official announcement, the spin-off series will reveal events that preceded the stories of Geralt of Rivia about 1,200 years ago. . The title of the history series is now known: The Witcher: Blood Origin will be worth looking into Netflix’s offerings, but it has not been said exactly when this is expected.

1200 years before Geralt of Rivia, the worlds of monsters, men and elves merged into one, and the first Witcher came to be.

Announcing The Witcher: Blood Origin, a 6 part live-action The Witcher spin-off series from Declan de Barra and Lauren Schmidt Hissrich.

– NX (@NXOnNetflix) July 27, 2020

Declan de Barra said of the upcoming series:

“I’ve been a fan of the fantasy genre all my life, I’m more than excited here to tell the story of The Witcher: Blood Origin. I have always been fascinated by the rise and fall of civilizations, the way in which science, discovery, and culture flourished just before the fall.The vast amount of knowledge lost forever during these periods, often in parallel with the rewriting of history. back to these civilizations. The Witcher: Blood Origin tells the story of the elves before their fall and, more importantly, reveals the origins of the very long-forgotten first butter. “

Nor should we forget anyway that an animated film called The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf is also being made at the streaming service provider, so Netflix is ​​really trying to take advantage of the adaptation rights on every front.

Are you glad that Netflix is ​​making a spin-off series in addition to the second season of The Witcher?


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