With the release of The Witcher’s second season on Netflix in December 2021, it appears a little early to start making popcorn for Season 3.

we can’t blame you for wanting to see what the writers, filmmakers, and executive producer Lauren Schmidt-Hissrich have in mind.

Season 3 of The Witcher has not yet been announced. But in December 2019 and December 2021, respectively

Netflix published The Witcher and The Witcher season 2. A pattern has emerged, and the prequel Blood Origin has a publication date of 2022

For context, the second season’s production began in February 2020 and ended in April 2021 due to COVID slowdowns and an injury to lead Henry Cavill

The first season had a much more consistent schedule, running from October 2018 to May 2019, before returning seven months later in December 2019.

There aren’t many clear answers here. We know that Cavill, Batey, Allen, and Chalotra will reappear as Geralt, Jaskier

In addition, given their participation in the Season 2 cliffhangers, we may expect Media Simson as Francesca, Kim Bodnia as Vesemir, and Bart Edwards

Where the second season left off, the third season of The Witcher will take up Ciri under attack from Nilfgaard, Rania, and the Northern rulers

Season 3 of The Witcher may also be characterized by betrayal. Regarding who they should serve, Aretuza and its images appear to be split