It Seems the Launch date for Netflix’s The Witcher has Leaked, based on apparently official articles on social media which have been deleted. In a post Netflix is said to have shared on Facebook, a countdown for unique shows indicates how long it’ll be till different shows and videos are released. The post has since been deleted, however when the data it contained is really true, The Witcher is going to be outside on December 17th.
Netflix possessions like the brand new Breaking Bad film and The Crown were listed there next to The Witcher which Seemingly has 67 nights before it releases. That would really put it December 17th, assuming the information is true.
As there’s no approach to see the articles now that they have been deleted, there’s no way to verify this until the data has officially been declared by Netflix. The tweet link above does result in a tweet that’s been deleted by the Netflix Netherlands accounts however, and there is at least some replies on Twitter from people who responded to a currently deleted Netflix tweet that certainly had something do to with The Witcher. All that’s known currently about The Witcher is it’s assumed to be out some time this season, so December 17th would fall within this timeframe even if it’s a little later than Witcher buffs would hope.
We have seen several looks at The Witcher before its forthcoming release on Netflix through reveals such as the first images Discharged in the series. Henry Cavill as Geralt of Rivia is the star of the show has already won many skeptics over from what we’ve seen of his personality so far. The best look yet was shared earlier in the year when the first full-length trailer for The Witcher has been disclosed the same one seen previously. We have also learned more about Netflix’s The Witcher out of showrunner Lauren S. Hissrich who’s answered questions on topics such as the personality castings and the way fans’ influence may be felt when creating the show.