Netflix is also developing a standalone The Witcher anime film

Lula Sharp
January 23, 2020

Further demonstrating its appeal (thus encouraging us to tune in), the platform has also given the green light for an anime feature film titled The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf.

Based on the best-selling fantasy series, The Witcher is an epic tale of fate and family.

Amid the definitional change, MarketWatch reported that Netflix boasted about its viewership in a quarterly letter to shareholders, showing a 35 percent increase using the new metric.

If you have not played the games, read the books or seen the hugely popular Netflix TV series, The Witcher takes the form of a fantasy series written by Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski.

We'll just have to wait on Netflix for more. Other titles animated by Studio Mir are Legend of Korra, Kipo and the Age of Wonder BeastsY Superman's death. The composer urged fans to let Netflix know how much they wanted the soundtrack, and the streaming service listened, as evidenced by the tweet announcing the release date.

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The popularity of "The Witcher" ended "the year on a high note of a massive new franchise that we'll develop season after season", chairman/CEO Reed Hastings said on the company's Q4 earnings interview.

It has been confirmed however that Lauren S. Hissrich (The Witcher's creator and showrunner) and Beau DeMayo (writer for The Witcher) will be involved.

"Toss a Coin to Your Witcher" is now available to stream on Spotify.

Following the news that Netflix's live-action Witcher series has been a massive success, the streaming service has confirmed that it's now working on an animated Witcher movie too.

In an interview with Telewizja wPolsce, executive producer Tomek Baginski mocked that even more projects are lined up for gaps between seasons. Timelines can get pretty wonky but there will surely be details dropping as the film gets closer to completion and its release.

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