Netflix Witcher trailer reveals release date (and Henry Cavill in the bathroom)
Netflix has released an official preview of the TV series The Witcher, which confirms its release date on December twenty. Henry Cavill plays the lead role in a fictional television series such as Giralt de Rivia, the only monster hunter struggling to survive in a world "where people tend to be more evil than monsters."
Other main characters in the series include Princess Ciri (Freya Allan) and the witch Yennefer of Vengerberg (Anya Chalotra).
The Witcher series, designed and directed by Lauren Helmut Heinrich Waldemar Schmidt Hissrich (The Defenders, The Umbrella Academy), is said to draw original fictional novels by Andrzej Sapkowski rather than .
Netflix caused imminent access to the program for several months, returning to the Witcher trailer to be released online after her team at Comic-Con in San Diego last July.
Earlier there were rumors that the show would start airing on December seventeen, but Netflix was fast enough to dismiss the idea. However, it turned out that history was not far from real history.
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The Witcher 's main trailer is here, confirming its release in the second half of December.
The first half of The Witcher's trailer does a great job of explaining the basics of the show's history; this means that Gert is hunting monsters to live (but not entirely human) and prefers to care about his work, but soon discovers that his fate is trapped with Ciri and Yennefer.
The preview moves with a continuous montage of stunning images from there, showing its elegant sequences and stunning production values, highlighting different characters and elements, no doubt, meaning more to those who are already deeply interested in Witcher's legends (books and/or video games).
This includes a reference to Geralt's famous shower image during The Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt because Hirrish previously confirmed that he would appear in the show.
It will certainly be interesting to know if The Witcher will have another success on Netflix, or whether it will have difficulty booting despite having an important budget and an important popular source to extract.
Witcher is not the only genre to come alive that will hit the small screen in the next two months, as HBO prepares to release its expensive Dark Dark Materials next week, followed by the release of the first Star Wars film series Nest, the Mandurian, shortly after more than seven days.
However, The Witcherso far looks very promising, and with eight episodes, the first season should be a mandatory note during this year's winter break.
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