The Witcher first trailer released by Netflix

First look at Netflix series that may be next 'Game of Thrones'

First look at Netflix series that may be next 'Game of Thrones'

There is still no specific release date for season one, but it will be eight episodes long and will hit Netflix before the end of the year, likely sometime in December. And it looks like the show has had a fair bit of cash thrown at it too.

Lauren Schmidt Hissrich shared some additional information on Twitter, but beware, you may consider it a spoiler. You can check out the debut teaser for The Witcher Netlix series below.

Over the weekend, the annual San Diego Comic-Con took place, and among myriad announcements where geek culture is concerned, Netflix finally gave attendees, and the world, a first glimpse at its forthcoming The Witcher TV series, based on the books and writings of Andrzej Sapkowski and starring Henry Cavill as Geralt of Rivia. Freya Allan portrays the character of Princess Ciri and Anya Chalotra portrays the character of Yennefer of Vengerberg and other cast includes Jodhi May, Adam Levy, Björn Hlynur Haraldsson.

The worst monsters are the ones we create. Sapkowski, who became increasingly unhappy about his deal with CDPR in terms of payment and the portrayal of his work, has even been confirmed to be a creative consultant for the show, so hopefully, we shouldn't see a repeat of his previous dispute.

Aside from the expected action and magic, the trailer shows us a bit about the story's setting called The Continent and its politics.

There are a lot more details to be pointed out in the trailer but I'll leave that up to you guys, especially those who have read the books. Netflix has had a pretty solid set of originals so I expect big things from this series. Are you still looking forward to the first season?

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