Netflix also went so far as to compare The Witcher's popularity to that of competing streaming streaming series The Mandalorian, on new platform Disney Plus, which caused a verifiable cultural sensation over the holidays thanks to one Baby Yoda.
Whereas the dialog round Netflix's new excessive fantasy collection The Witcher stays combined-we had some ideas about that ending ourselves!-one factor is evident: virtually everybody was watching. We'll let you know when Netflix shares more, so stay tuned for that.
Plot: What Will Happen In Witcher Season 2?
According to the sources, The Witcher season two is to begin production in London early this year. To date, 76 million people have tuned in to see Henry Cavill play Geralt of Rivia.
Not long ago, the executive producer of the Netflix series commented that they had several surprises in mind regarding the spaces that will be between seasons.
When will The Witcher season 2 premiere?
The Witcher is now available on Netflix. Season two, he said, would be much more "straightforward" now that Geralt, Ciri and Yennefer's narratives have aligned.
We'll also see a continuation of the battle between the two kingdoms, and the repercussions that this has on the rest of the continent.
Netflix said on Tuesday that "The Witcher" season one was watched by 76 million households in its first four weeks of release and is on track to be the streamer's biggest first season ever.
Tomek Bagiński, the executive producer of The Witcher has teased that fans will get to see more of the fantastic world before season 2 comes out.
Rumours had suggested an animated project, based on a separate interview Baginski had with IGN Poland, which I guess turned out to be true!
It looks like Netflix may very well be all-in on The Witcher.
Netflix, the USA media-services provider and production company founded by Reed Hastings and Marc Randolph, has added another 8.76 million paying subscribers, the company revealed in its fourth quarter results. Watch this space for more details as they emerge.