Everyone and their mum knows by now that Netflix is producing a The Witcher series, but what we've not known yet was when it's going to be coming out. If the amount of hype present around this project is anything to go by, it's a fairly important piece of info.
All of that changes today, though, as we finally have a firm-ish airing date in mind. An airing period, or rather a year, in fact. The series' producer, Lauren S. Hissirch, had just tweeted a very broad, very general release window for The Witcher Netflix series.
According to her, The Witcher is going to be coming out sometime in 2019 if all goes well, and if the show doesn't encounter any unusual production issues. One can only hope everything goes along smoothly at this point.
This is a more optimistic release window than most had first had in mind, with a number of fans betting on The Witcher coming out no earlier than in 2020. Thankfully, now that the leading role has been cast, the production can begin in earnest!
Not much is known about the show itself at this point, other than the fact that it will be eight episodes long (or short, depending on one's view of things), and that Geralt will, indeed, be the protagonist of this particular story. Stay tuned for more info on The Witcher by Netflix, right here at Game Watcher.