The Witcher Season 3 Wraps Up Filming

The Witcher Season 3 Wraps Up Filming
Credit: Netflix

The Witcher Season 3 Wraps Up Filming
Credit: Netflix

The return of Geralt of Rivia, Yennefer, and Ciri may now be in sight as The Witcher Season 3 wraps up its filming as confirmed by the executive producer of the series, Steve Gaub, in a behind-the-scenes photo released on social media.

Steve Gaub, executive producer of The Witcher, just confirmed that The Witcher Season 3 just wrapped up filming on an Instagram post with a skull squeezed in between books.

The Witcher Season 3 started production in April 2022 but the series took a short break after Henry Cavill tested positive for COVID-19. As soon as Cavill got back on his feet, the series continued its production and finally finished filming in September.

Considering the time needed for post-production, there is no release date attached yet for The Witcher Season 3 but speculations point to it releasing sometime next year.

READ MORE: What Is the Witcher Season 3 About?

The Witcher Season 3 will follow Geralt, Ciri, and Yennefer as they face dark magic and much darker political schemes. It has been confirmed that Season 4 of The Witcher series is also underway with the writers and producers mapping how it will run.

Henry Cavill’s Geralt of Rivia banners The Witcher series as the monster hunter in a medieval world where he encounters Yennefer, a quarter elf portrayed by Anya Chalotra, and Ciri, a magical princess played by Freya Allan.

Other characters include Joey Batey’s Jaskier, Eamon Farren’s Cahir, Anna Shaffer’s Triss, and MyAnna Buring’s Tissaia. New additions to The Witcher Season 3’s cast includes Robbie Amell who would don the part of the elf warrior Gallatin, Meng’er Zhang who will portray the dryad huntress Milva, Hugh Skinner, and Christelle Elwin.

The Witcher Season 1 and 2 are now streaming on Netflix while Season 3 has no release date yet.

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