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Why The Witcher Season 3 Is Split Into Two Parts


Producer Steve Gaub explains why The Witcher season 3 has been split into two parts, citing the lack of cliffhangers in the streaming era.

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Executive producer Steve Gaub has revealed why The Witcher season 3 has been divided into two parts. Based on the books by Andrzej Sapkowski, the latest season of Netflix’s popular fantasy adaptation sees the many monarchs, mages, and beasts of the Continent competing to capture Ciri while Geralt fights ferociously to protect his newly-reunited family. The Witcher season 3 will be split into two parts, with Volume 1 (episodes 1 to 5) releasing on June 29, followed by Volume 2 (episodes 6 to 8) releasing on July 27.

Producer Steve Gaub explains the decision to split The Witcher season 3 into two parts, saying “cliffhangers don’t really exist” anymore in streaming.



This article covers a developing story. Continue to check back with us as we will be adding more information as it becomes available.

Executive producer Steve Gaub explains the decision to split The Witcher season 3 into two parts. Based on the books by Andrzej Sapkowski, the latest season of Netflix’s popular fantasy adaptation finds the many monarchs, mages, and beasts of the Continent competing to capture Ciri while Geralt fights ferociously to protect his newly-reunited family. The Witcher season 3 will be split into two parts with Volume 1, which includes episodes 1 to 5, releasing on June 29 followed by Volume 2, which includes episodes 6 to 8, releasing on July 27.


During a recent interview with The VergeGaub explained the decision to divide The Witcher season 3 into two parts:

That came up during the edit. That wasn’t written into the script; it wasn’t known when we were shooting. However, we did know what the season was, and there is a significant pivot point. And whilst we were in production, Stranger Things had come out, and they had split their season. And it was like, “Well, that’s intriguing.” In a streaming world, cliffhangers don’t really exist because you’re hitting play [right after an episode ends]. You don’t get that satisfaction of the anticipation and discussion and chatting online. So we wanted to give that to the fans, and the story was there for us to do it.

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Source: The Verge

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