Some good news for the future of the series. Netflix hasn't released streaming numbers yet, but a 3rd party tracking firm is saying that it was the 3rd most watched streaming show for the week that it released, only behind Stranger Things and The Mandalorian. This is a good sign for sure, as the showrunner of The Witcher said she has 7 seasons planned, but Netflix has a habit of cancelling shows after 2 or 3 seasons, because all they care about is gaining new subscribers, and new seasons of old shows are less likely to bring in new subscribers than entirely new shows. However, Netflix makes an exception to that rule if a show is popular enough, so let us hope that we get all 7 seasons of the The Witcher.
That is my fear, cancelling the show, they cancelled marco polo show , a show that was amazing but i dont know If people watch it as Much. Its sad that we probably Will not get another season Next year... The second season is probably 2021... That is why i think the Ciro casting was bad, She looks almost same age as yen now i n interviews 😂
Yeah, I agree that casting a 17 year old as Ciri, when she was supposed to be 11 in this season, was a mistake. She won't get much taller than she is now unless she was a super late puberty starter, so she will basically be 5'3" for the rest of the show, quite a bit shorter than the Ciri from the games, who was like 5'10".
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I think I know why they did it though, by the time season 3 hits they should be to the point in the storyline where Ciri is with the Rats, and she has a sexual relationship with Mistle when that happens. I guess they wanted an actress who was old enough to do on-screen sex scenes when they reach that point of the show, and if they had cast an actual 11 year old actress she would not be old enough to do sex scenes by season 3. But they could always have used a body double, body doubles for sex scenes are quite common.