The Witcher, Netflix’s fantasy series, has had a new name in its cast released through the show’s Imdb page.

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The Witcher | Series with Henry Cavill has new cast name released

The Witcher, Netflix’s fantasy series, has had a new name in its cast released through the show’s Imdb page.

It is the actor Jordan Renzo, known for the series The Spanish Princess. He will play Eyck de Densele, who in the books that originated the series is described as an honorable knight, but who has great enmity for wizards and sorcerers. He tends to help people without demanding payments, which makes many wizards uncomfortable.

Led by Henry Cavill, The Witcher’s cast also stars Jodhi May (Game of Thrones) as Queen Calanthe; Björn Hlynur Haraldsson (Fortitude) as her husband Eist; Adam Levy (Knightfall) as Mousesack; MyAnna Buring as the commander of the Aretuza Magic Academy, Tissaia; Mimi Ndiweni and Therica Wilson-Read as Frangilla and Sabrina; Millie Brady as rebel princess Renfri; and Freya Allan (War of the Worlds) and Anya Chalotra (Wanderlust) as Ciri and Yennefer, respectively.

At the moment, the Netflix adaptation is in recordings. Some speculation is that the series could arrive on the streaming platform in 2019.

The Witcher has no release date yet.

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Note: This release will only occur in certain markets and availability dates may differ between them.

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