The Witcher Season 3 Will Showcase Writers From Lost, Bridgerton and Upcoming Tomb Raider Anime
Season Two of Netflix’s The Witcher is just under a month away but already we are looking towards Season Three’s writers.
The Witcher Season Two is almost upon us and it’s been a long time coming, two years, in fact, since Season One was released in December 2019.
In that dreaded pandemic period, Netflix’s The Witcher has been a staple for fantasy lovers and gaming enthusiasts everywhere who have watched Geralt’s story unfold as well as the intertwined lives of Yennefer and Ciri.
Over the last few months, we have seen plenty of insights into what will be in store for the gang as we begin the final destination to The Witcher Season Two but if you need a sneak peek into who will be conducting the story in Season Three, here are some of the writers joining the team.
The Writers Who will be joining The Witcher Season Three
According to the ever-informative Witcher hub of knowledge, Redanian Intelligence, has come in regarding who the writers will be as The Witcher rolls onto its third Season.
- Emmy winner Javier Grillo-Marxuach (Lost, The 100, The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance and the original Charmed)
- Troy Dangerfield (The Witcher: Blood Origin, Castle, the upcoming Tomb Raider anime and Tokens)
- Tania Lotia (Swamp Thing and Carnival Row)
- Clare Higgins (writers’ assistant for The Witcher Season One and co-wrote an episode for The Witcher Season Two)
- Rae Benjamin (script coordinator for The Witcher Season Two and writers’ assistant in Bridgerton)
Of course, Lauren Hissrich, Michael Ostrowski and Matthew D’Ambrosio will be returning who have all had a huge part to play in the production and writing of The Witcher Season One and Two.
A date hasn’t been released as yet on when Season Three will begin filming but it is said that it will happen sometime around the beginning months of 2022.
What’s happening with The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf Second Season?
If you haven’t had a chance to watch this anime that explores the world of Vesemir as he slays monsters for coin and glory, you should definitely check it out. As for a Season Two, Lauren Hissrich has stated that it’s very likely that we won’t see it anytime soon.
In an Interview, Hissrich stated that it “is going to be way, way, way in the future” and that she has “no idea what it will be, ’cause we’re just now getting started on it.“
The Witcher Season Two will release via Netflix on December 17, 2021.