At this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, we got our first look at The Witcher, the upcoming Netflix adaptation of the Andrzej Sapkowski-written novel series of the same name. Of course, many of you have already played the video game adaptation, but with the new series, you’ll be able to experience the world in purely narrative form, which is great for those of us who can’t play a whole lot of games these days.
While unfamiliar with the source material (at least on a deep level), I’m eager to see another high fantasy series hit the small screen, but we haven’t really known when this would be a possibility. That may have changed today.
As reported by Redanian Intelligence, a site dedicated to Witcher news, Netflix’s Netherlands social media accounts sent out the following suspect posts.
The posts have since been deleted, but as you can see, The Witcher is set to premiere in 67 days from when the post was made. This means it should land on December 17, 2019.
This would pretty much fall in line with expectations of an end-of-year release, just in time for the holiday season, but is it true? It’s always possible for wires to get crossed when you have a company as big as Netflix (clearly, since they posted a potential release date of a show), so you never know what parts are finalized and what parts aren’t.
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SOURCE: Redanian Intelligence