The third season of ‘The Witcher’ has officially wrapped up filming today (September 9) in London, UK. The shooting was over was first told by the director Bola Ogun, who worked on the final episodes of the season.
However, lead actor Henry Cavill wrote a thank you note to everyone involved in the production. The actor noted that everything went great, and now you can relax.
During filming, the creators of the series encountered difficulties, and production had to be suspended for a while. Back in late July, Cavill was diagnosed with Covid-19, which is why he spent about two to three weeks in quarantine.
The season began filming in April, during which time the team traveled to the UK, Croatia, Slovenia and Morocco. So far, there is no exact release date for the sequel to The Witcher, but the post-production of previous seasons took more than six months.
There is no official release date yet. Perhaps the premiere will take place next spring.