The Witcher Not Yet Renewed for Season 3 Says Showrunner
Creator Lauren Schmidt Hissrich confirms that season three has not been formally renewed yet. Read below to know the exact details.
We know that The Witcher got immense love from the audience. It was a smash hit when it was released, and now the story is continuing with season 2. Season two will drop in December. But, the enthusiasts have doubts. Whether the story will continue after season 2 or this will be a concluding season? However, there is an update on the future of the story. But before that, let us have some core information about the series.
The Witcher is a fantasy drama series that is created by Lauren Schmidt Hissrich. The series is based on the best-selling book of the same name. The story follows the fictional drama based on the medieval landmass, which portrays Geralt of Rivia, the legend, and Crown Princess Ciri, as they are linked by destiny. The storyline is unique which led to demand for season 2. The show is so popular that it is adapted for the animated live-action prequel film titled The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf. This movie dropped on Netflix, August 23, Monday, so you can give it a try. Another prequel series for the franchise of the story titled The Witcher: Blood Origin is also ongoing, we will get the updates on that soon. After several setbacks, because of the pandemic, the hope was blurred. Now, as the show is coming with season 2. Fans are wondering about season 3 also. Let’s dig into more details on this.
Updates on the Witcher Season 3
In an interview on Thursday, Aug 19, Lauren Schmidt Hissrich, the creator of the show, admitted that season 3 has been renewed yet. When she was asked about the future of the show, she replied that orders are still awaited and if we talk about the probability for season 3, there is enough content that it could be as long as 20 seasons. Lauren added that she is very excited about the project and wishes that it could be stretched up to 20 seasons, as there is no lack of sources of content. She said that the Witcher is in her heart, and the show will keep continuing as long as the fans demand it, and support the story.
Lauren Schmidt Hissrich revealed that The Witcher is Not Yet Renewed for Season 3
In the interview, Lauren Schmidt Hissrich shared the fact that season 3 has not got a formal renewal as of now. So the fans have to wait for Season 3, as Netflix has not commissioned the installment yet. She also added that the primary focus of the team nowadays is on season two. As we have got the official release date. The Witcher will come with season two on December 17, 2021. Then after they will think about the continuation.
The Witcher Season 3 Release Date
We know that season 3 is still on the waiting list. It will be approved after analyzing the detailed reception of season 2. So we expect that there is time in the renewal of the show for the next installment. Season 2 is scheduled to be released on December 17. So for the time being we must enjoy the upcoming installment and hold our curiosity for season 3. If we get any official confirmation on season 3, We will update the section at the earliest
What is the possibility of The Witcher season 3
We know that the response for season 1 of the story was good. Now, season 2 will decide the fortune of the story. Lauren also shared that the existence of season 3 will depend on the reception of season two and its performance in terms of revenue. The team will analyze the profit graphs and critics’ reviews before the commencement of season 3. She added that the performance of season 2 really matters for the confirmation orders of the continuation, so the team expects a great response for the upcoming installment.
For the time being, season 3 is not supposed to come. It will surely take some time. So meanwhile we can enjoy the prequel live-action film which has already arrived. And by the end of the year we will get season 2 in our bucket, so enjoy it till the next gets approval. We are exploring more on this. If we get any hints or official confirmation on the next installment, we will update you. So if you want to catch each detail, stay connected.