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Jun 13, 2023

Trailer Tuesday: ‘The Witcher’

Netflix has released the trailer for The Witcher’s highly anticipated season 3, which may or may not be Henry Cavhill’s final season as the titual dark hero.

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The new trailer for The Witcher has drawn mixed reactions from fans. Overall The Witcher season 3 has got everyone buzzing with excitement and high expectations. The official trailer release has set social media on fire, especially Twitter. Fans from all corners of the world have taken to the platform to share their reactions, and let me tell you, it’s been down right hilarious in some aspects. Truly, the internet continues to deliver gems.

Ever since the news broke about Henry Cavill leaving the show, rumors and controversies have been swirling around like a tempest. People have been speculating about clashes between Cavill and the showrunner, Lauren Hissrich. Additionally, fans have expressed their discontent with the show’s deviation from the source material, further fueling the controversy. In a twist that caught many off guard, Henry Cavill’s departure paved the way for Liam Hemsworth to step into the lead role. Now, let me be clear, Liam Hemsworth is a talented actor in his own right. But, fans couldn’t help but feel a tinge of disappointment and skepticism about this casting choice. The floodgates of comments opened, and a storm of reactions was unleashed.The hilarious comments and reactions have been essentially non-stop online.

If you ever wanted to witness a masterclass in trolling, look no further than the comments section of The Witcher season 3 trailer on Twitter. Amidst the trolling and criticism, there were still fans who clung to hope and expressed their desire for a satisfying conclusion to The Witcher series. We hope that these past 3 seasons have brought Geralt to life in the way many great characters are, and that the character’s new portrayal by Liam Hemsworth will give fans a show they can still love. Great characters always live on, no matter who plays them.