Washington [US], September 26 (ANI): Netflix on Saturday announced that the streamer's one of the much-acclaimed series 'The Witcher' has been renewed for a third season, ahead of the launch of season 2 later this year.
The announcement was made at Saturday's Netflix promotional marathon 'Tudum: A Netflix Global Fan Event'.
Apart from this announcement, two new clips from season 2 were also dropped. The clips featured a look at actor Kristofer Hivju's monstrous character Nivellen and Princess Cirilla of Cintra, played by Freya Allan.
The streaming giant also dropped the first behind-the-scenes look at the upcoming prequel series, 'The Witcher: Blood Origin'.
The forthcoming part will follow the creation of the first Witcher prototype, as well as trace the events leading up to the 'Conjunction of the Spheres'- events that occurred at some time between the 1270s and 1370s.
According to Variety, Netflix also disclosed its plans to fully develop the Witcher franchise, announcing a second anime feature following this summer's 'The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf' as well as a new kids and families series.
A new trailer for seasons 1 and 2 of the series was also unveiled at the event by Netflix.
'Tudum: A Netflix Global Fan Event' also included much-awaited announcements of premiere dates, first looks, trailers of other Netflix series like 'Starger Things', 'The Crown', 'Bridgerton' and more. (ANI)