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‘The Witcher: Blood Origin’ Release Date, Plot, Episode Count, and New Season Updates

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It has been months since Netflix released content on The Witcher. Netflix released The Witcher season 2 back in 2021, but the good news is that Netflix is looking to expand The Witcher universe soon – Christmas Day in fact!

The Witcher: Blood Origin is set 1,200 years before The Witcher. The Witcher: Blood Origin follows a group of seven outcasts who unite in the elven world to stop forces. Sophia Brown, Michelle Yeoh, Minnie Driver, Mirren Mack, Laurence O’Fuarain, Lenny Henry, Dylan Moran, and Nathaniel Curtis.

Will The Witcher: Blood Origin be released in parts?

All episodes of The Witcher: Blood Origin will be released together on December 25, 2022.

Episode count of The Witcher: Blood Origin

In a recent interview, Lauren Hissrich said the new version of The Witcher: Blood Origin has fewer slow parts. The initial version took longer to introduce the characters and get going.

“Originally we met the characters in a much more slow way, sort of every episode gathered one new character, but we realized that these characters were strongest when we were seeing them working as a team […] and we didn’t have the whole team assembled until much later in the show and we realized we wanted to speed that up.“

Right now Netflix hasn’t released the official episode titles yet. The entire four-episode event series is also supposedly 149 minutes total in length, and each episode probably runs at about 48-50 minutes.

For further updates please stay tuned.

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