The third season of The Witcher concludes production on Netflix

After some troubles and turmoil, Henry Cavill-carried The sorcerer has finished production of the third season, a new report of Redanian intelligence reveals. Bola Ogun, who directed the final two episodes of the season, confirmed the conclusion via her Instagram stories. Executive producer Steve Gaub he also took the social media site to post a photo from the set to confirm.

The protagonist Cavill made the moment personal for the cast and crew with a note that reads: “What a season it has been!” she also thanked the team for their “determination and dedication through a hard shot” and she hoped that now everyone could “get a well deserved rest”. Production began earlier this year in March with Cavill, Freya Allan, And Anya Chalotra and covered a variety of locations such as Italy, Predjama Castle in Slovenia, Wales, Morocco, the Sahara Desert and Croatia before returning to Longcross Studios in England and surrounding locations in Surrey.


In July, production stopped briefly after Cavill tested positive for COVID. However, it quickly got back on its feet, so it was expected to end in September. It wasn’t the first time The sorcerer was hit by the pandemic as in 2020 production of the second season also suffered a setback and the release date was postponed to December 2021. Netflix has not revealed a release date for the third season, although the post -production of a series of this magnitude usually takes six to eight months, fans can expect the new season only after April / May 2023. However, post-production for season 2 ended in October 2021 and was then released in December, so fans would be better off waiting for the streamer to reveal a concrete date, rather than speculating on a release date.

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Season 3 will see the aftermath of Season 2’s shocking cliffhanger in which White Flame was revealed as Ciri’s father Duny aka Emhyr Var Emreis. It will also feature the series’ most ambitious sequence, Thanedd’s coup which will feature a slew of wizards and other notable characters from the franchise.

Seasons 1 and 2 are available on Netflix while we wait for season 3. Check out Cavill’s note to the cast and crew, via Redanian intelligence

and Gaub’s post below:

Also, check out our interview with showrunner, Lauren Schmidt Hissrich, and the synopsis of the third season below:

As monarchs, wizards and beasts of the Continent compete to capture her, Geralt hides Ciri of Centra, determined to protect his newly reunited family against those who threaten to destroy her. Charged with Ciri’s magical training, Yennefer leads them to the protected fortress of Aretuza, where he hopes to find out more about the girl’s untapped powers; instead, they discover that they have landed on a battlefield of political corruption, dark magic and betrayal. They have to react, put everything in danger or risk being lost forever.

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