The third season of Witcher is supposed to start shooting in March

That third season from the television series The Witch streamed on Netflix and created by Lauren Schmidt Hissrich begins filmed in early March 2022, as reported Redania Intelligence, a title that focuses on the series. The information is in accordance with that shared by Weekly Production end of October.

That preproduction from season three starting this january, for the next few weeks. But production may vary. Actually, filming was originally planned, according to the above-mentioned media, between February and July 2022. After a month’s delay, in principle it should now be developed until August.

In addition, in some ways it can affect shooting location changeIt has moved from Arborfield Studios (in Barkham, UK) to Longcross Studios (Chobham). It is also important to consider possible limitations and actions to be taken due to the evolution of the coronavirus pandemic.

However, from the header they were encouraged to make predictions about a possible premiere: if filming ended in August and there were six or seven months of post-production, a third season would be released. ready to launch in spring 2023. First season of The Witch They will premiere on December 20, 2020 and the second one on December 17, 2022.

The first season “has prepared the ground” for the third

That script of the third season started in July last year and by December it was almost finished, according to the creators of the series. Schmidt clarify ambition of the following episode: “I feel like seasons 1 and 2 have set the playing field for everything. big is going to happen“.

In other news about the saga The Witch, CD Projekt RED will launch in the second quarter of 2022 free update for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt what aadir missions inspired by the Netflix series while improving graphics for the next generation of consoles.

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