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The Witcher: Blood Origin, What The Development Status Of The Netflix’s Prequel

We are here to take you through everything you currently know about the upcoming live-action prequel series, The Witcher: Blood Origin, which is coming soon to Netflix. 

As the holiday season is near, Netflix has gotten a lot of work done filming the second season of the epic fantasy saga The Witcher, starring Henry Cavill.

All things going well; Yennefer, Geralt, and Ciri will be reuniting on our screens in a few months, but that is not the only witcher content we’ll be getting shortly. Netflix is going all-in with this franchise, with two spinoffs currently in development.

The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf is an animated film focusing on the mentor of Geralt, Vesemir. 

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The Witcher: Blood Origin
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Since the announcement of Nightmare of the Wolf, the streaming giant has been quiet, leaving us to a wild guess how far along in the process they are.

The Witcher: Blood Origin is all about the events that lead up to the Conjunction of the Spheres and also the making of the very first witcher. A lot of new information has come in recently.

The Witcher: Blood Origin, What The Development Status Of The Netflix’s Prequel

Now that we have a clear picture, this article will be breaking down everything from when to expect The Witcher: Blood Origin series to drop to what it is all about and also who is involved in making it happen.

At the time of writing this article, no release date has been announced by the streaming giant. However, we can make an educated guess.

The filming will take place between May and December 2021. Various credible sources later confirmed the start date in May. Post-production of the first season of The Witcher took six months. We expect a similar period for the second season.

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The Witcher: Blood Origin
Image Source – Netflix

This tells us that the show is all set on the Continent but 1200 years before the main series’s events.

It also tells us that the six episodes will be exploring the story behind two of Witcher lore’s most critical events: The Conjunction of the Spheres, which merged the worlds of elves, monsters, and humans into one, and the creation of the first witcher.

Well, if you  are a fan of this amazing series, then you should stay tuned to our website as we keep updating our articles and upload information and latest updates related to this series.

Sahaj Sharma
Sahaj Sharma
Sahaj is an aspiring journalist with a keen interest in content writing. It helps him learn about new topics every day along with polishing his writing skills. His topics of interest include movies, series and celebrity-related news.

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