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The Witcher Blood Origin: Release Date & Everything We Know

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The Witcher: Blood Origin will be released soon. This series is going to be a spinoff of the popular Netflix show, The Witcher. This series will give us a lot to contemplate while we wait for a brand new season of the original series.

Lauren Schmidt Hissrich from the main series will return once again to work on this action and adventure series and develop a brand new storyline for us to figure out the realm of The Continent in a better way.

The concept of this plot has been adapted from the book series by Andrzej Sapkowski.

Release date of The Witcher: Blood Origin

The Witcher: Blood Origin will be released on 25th December 2022. The episodes will arrive on Netflix. The series contains four episodes only. The platform charges 6.99 dollars for an ad-supported plan of the same. The basic plan costs 9.99 dollars. The higher plans include a standard one for 15.99 dollars and a premium one for 19.99 dollars.

The cast of The Witcher: Blood Origin

The show will involve a whole new cast because it does not have the same plot at all.
Sophia Brown will be seen in the role of Éile, a warrior in the Queen’s guard. She wished to become a musician, and thus, she left her job to fulfill her dreams.

Michelle Yeoh will play the role of Scian, the last member of an elven nomadic tribe. Scian is on a mission to retract the blade, which is important for her people.

Laurence O’Fuarain will play the part of Fjall, a warrior by nature. Fjall’s destiny is to defend a king.

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