Netflix’s The Witcher is “likely” to release on November 1
August 28, 2019 The release date for Netflix’s The Witcher series may have been confirmed.
We already knew that Netflix’s The Witcher series was due to release some time before the end of the year, but it now seems that we have a more concrete idea of when we’ll get to see Geralt and co in action.
Yesterday (as noted by Redanian Intelligence), Giovanni Eūgene Altamarquéz, who works in executive production at Netflix, updated his Twitter and Medium bios. As well as referencing his work on Mindhunter, 13 Reasons Why, and Queer Eye, the new bios sate that the first season of the fantasy series is scheduled to drop in October.
This morning, Altamarquéz, posted a thread clarifying his new bios. He confirmed that “major filming has wrapped for Season 1” and that “all major filming for the series has been completed,” although did also not that “the series is undergoing some reshoots after the recasting of a major character.” No other details regarding that recasting were offered.
When is The Witcher Netflix Series release date?
The Witcher Netflix series has been confirmed for a Q4 2019 release.
Altamarquéz went on to say that “from here, the show enters post-production where it will hopefully be finished in time for its late 2019 release at the end of October 2019. One likely release date for the episodes […] is Friday, November 1.”
Earlier this year, Deadline (via PCGamer) revealed that a letter from the streaming service to its investors had confirmed that the show would release during the fourth quarter of 2019, which lines up with Altamarquéz’s suggestion.