Netflix is preparing viewers for the upcoming premiere from the world of Andrzej Sapkowski. The Witcher: Bloodline will premiere at the end of the month, so the company has prepared materials for gathering information on the new storyline.
“The Witcher: Bloodline” is an experiment for the Netflix platform, which this time decided not to present exactly the story that was touched upon in Andrzej Sapkowski’s novels. The events are set 1200 years before the time of Geralt, and during the story we will witness the birth of the first wizard.
The series is divided into only four parts and will take viewers back to the events leading up to the “Conjunction of the Spheres”. – The worlds of monsters, humans and elves have merged. Declan De Barra, who wrote the screenplay and served as showrunner, was in charge of production, while Sarah O’Gorman and Vicki Jewison sat on the director’s bench.
The fantastic cast of The Witcher Universe is joined by Sophia Brown and Lawrence Ofwaran (Elle and Vigal) – two warriors estranged from rival clans. Michelle Yeoh (Scían) will play a swordsmith, the last of her line. Other roles include Meryn Mack (Princess Merwen), Lenny Henry (Chairman Hakeem Balor) and Minnie Driver (Senchay).Francesca Mills (Moldoff), Zack White and Lizzy Anais (twins Cinderella and Zachary) will also appear on screen.Huw Novelli will play Callan ‘Brother Death’.
However, can “The Witcher: Bloodline” provide the right experience for all fans of the Witcher universe? It’s really hard to say, but as you can see, Netflix wants to encourage viewers to make suggestions.
It should be noted that over the weekend, Netflix released the trailer for “The Witcher: Bloodline”.
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