Season 3 of The Witcher immediately returns viewers to the tumult of the Continent, where the formidable Princess Ciri of Cintra (Freya Allan) is being ruthlessly chased by…everyone?, two years after The Witcher’s second season gave the series a magical, monstrous update.
The third season of The Witcher, which was released in two volumes and has showrunner Lauren Schmidt Hissrich back in charge, sets our heroines Ciri, Geralt of Rivia (Henry Cavill), and Yennefer of Vengerberg (Anya Charlotra) on the run. The show significantly ups the nasty monster game over the course of eight episodes, delivering those intricate political subplots and a ton more magic, and lets Ciri kick some serious ass while honing her possibly world-saving/world-ending power. You’re in for a treat on Cavill’s final ride if you add two season-stealing episodes (one fully set at the Met Gala of the Continent and one wholly following Ciri through what feels like a horrible acid trip in the Korath desert) and comparisons to the most popular Witcher game.
Episode 1 To 5
Episode 6 To 8