The witcher boss Lauren Schmidt Hissrich teased the franchise’s upcoming spin-off, suggesting it would be “a stand-alone project.”
In September, Netflix announced that a second animated film would be arriving after the recent Nightmare of the wolf, although other details were scarce. There is a good reason for this – they have barely started.
However, Hissrich opened up about what we can expect, revealing that the feature “is going to be good, good, good in the future”, even though they currently have “no idea what it will be,” because we’re just now starting on it.
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Talk to Weekly entertainment she added, “I hope the Hanime is a bit more of a standalone project that will bring new eyes to the franchise but also really be able to stand out on its own.”
Hissrich further revealed that the writers for the new Hanime have been part of the Netflix franchise from the start, teasing, “Everyone gets to work on the elements of the project that they’re passionate about.
“It’s been really, really fun to watch, allowing people to own parts of The witcher themselves in the same way as me.
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The wolf’s nightmare was released in August and acted as a prequel telling the story of Geralt of Rivia’s mentor, Vesemir – which will be featured in the second season of the main show, played by Kill Eveis Kim Bodnia.
As well as a third season of The witcher, Netflix recently confirmed a spinoff series suitable for families, which Hissrich has championed amid questions about its relevance.
The witcher Season 1 is now streaming worldwide on Netflix. Season 2 premieres on December 17, 2021.
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