How many episodes in The Witcher: Blood Origin confirming its schedule?

How many episodes in The Witcher: Blood Origin confirming its schedule?

Published on December 27, 2022 01:58 AM by Anna P

Since debuting on Netflix in 2019, The Witcher has grown to include a number of spin-offs, the most recent of which is the prequel Blood Origin.

When Blood Origin is set, neither humans nor monsters were present on the Continent 1,200 years before the events of Geralt of Rivia.

The Conjunction of the Spheres, which throws the world into turmoil, is something that fans of The Witcher will have enough to get their teeth into in Blood Origin, but what else do we know about the series and how many episodes there will be?

RELEASE DATE AND PLOT SYNOPSIS FOR THE WITCHER: BLOOD ORIGIN

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On December 25, 2022, The Witcher: Blood Origin gallops onto Netflix.

The series chronicles the tale of seven misfits who must band together to battle an unstoppable force, and is set in an Elven world 1,200 years before the events of The Witcher.

Their world is plunged into war as newly arrived races fight for power as a result of the earth-shattering Conjunction of the Spheres.

Our seven heroes set off on a blood quest that results in the creation of the first Witcher as the appearance of dangerous beasts and strong magic throw everything into disarray.

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HOW MANY SEASONS OF THE WITCHER: BLOOD ORIGIN ARE THERE?

There will only be four episodes of The Witcher: Blood Origin in total.

That's correct; the season's unusually short runtime is not an error. Regrettably, there will also be no part 2 with additional episodes, as we just witnessed with shows like Stranger Things.

Blood Origin is therefore only half as long as The Witcher's seasons 1 and 2, which each have eight episodes.

However, one advantage for viewers is that all four episodes of Blood Origin will be made available at once, allowing viewers to binge the show at their own pace.

WILL SEASON 2 BE ANNOUNCED?

No, a second season of The Witcher: Blood Origin won't be released.

The reason for this is that the prequel has been described as a limited miniseries, which means that its narrative will be presented across just one season before coming to a conclusion.

On the good side, though, fans won't have to wait too long for the third season of the main Witcher series because it is expected to premiere in the summer of 2023. However, it will result in Henry Cavill leaving the character, which is expected to be filled by Liam Hemsworth beginning with season 4 and onward.

Also Read: A review of the fourth episode of Season 1 of The Witcher: Blood Origin

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