The Witcher Season 4 Begins Filming In UK: Netflix Announces Fifth & Final Part! [Official]

The Witcher season 4 is officially entering into it’s production, as confirmed by the cast of show. Yes, I am not joking. Netflix has officially dropped a huge surprise for it’s audience in the form of short clip, showing Liam Hemsworth, Anya Chalotra and Joey Batey. The show was first renewed back in 2022 and finally after so many delays and casting updates, the team is moving forward to bring us another masterpiece.

The very engaging clip features our main protagonists who can be seen sitting together and sharing laughs, giggles and claps after confirming the major update. One huge announcement which has been shared by Netflix itself is the confirmation of series’ conclusion. Yes, I know it sounds a bit sour but every show deserves a conclusion right? So Netflix has confirmed that The Witcher season 4 will indeed get a follow-up with the fifth season, but the fifth one is going to be the final one. Check everything below:

Series creator and showrunner Lauren Schmidt Hissrich said, “It is with huge pride that we begin shooting our penultimate season of The Witcher with a stellar cast, including some exciting new additions, led by Liam Hemsworth as Geralt of Rivia.”

Interestingly, both ‘The Witcher season 4’ and 5 will begin in UK – more importantly, both of them will be filmed back to back. Hence, neglecting the possibilities of any type of delays. Wondering abut the story? Well, let me tell you that the fourth and fifth season are going to conclude this beautiful journey. On that note, you can expect them to adopt almost everything from the remaining books which are: Baptism of Fire, The Tower of the Swallow and Lady of the Lake

I will be covering everything regarding this epic saga, so stick around the corner with TVPrism. We brings you some of the most trending, engaging, authentic and original content related to everything TV. Till then – stay safe, peace out!

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