The Witcher Season 4: Release Date, Cast, Latest News, and More

The Witcher Season 4: The Witcher has been picked up for Season 4. Since Season 3 hasn't even started yet, this is a great sign for the future of the show, which is based on the best-selling book series by Andrzej Sapkowski.

Also, the Continent is about to go through a lot of big changes. The lead actor, Henry Cavill, is leaving the series, which is sad. Liam Hemsworth will take over the role of Geralt of Rivia, which was played by Cavill. Huge! News!

Here's what we know so far about The Witcher season 4, including the cast, the release date, and more.

When Will Season 4 of the Witcher Come Out?

It looks like we'll have to wait a while for this one, which is a shame. As of now, season three of The Witcher will come out in the summer of 2023. Before, season one would come out in December 2019, and season two would come out in December 2021. People thought that could mean that there would be a two-year break between seasons.

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But S3 will be out in just a year and a half. So, let's hope that The Witcher season four will come out before the end of 2024! Don't worry though, there's more. The Witcher: Blood Origin will be available on Netflix on December 25, 2022. This is enough to hold us over until then.

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When Was Season 4 of the Witcher Confirmed?

The news came out over the weekend, just in time for Halloween. On October 29, Netflix wrote on Instagram, “It's official: The Witcher is coming back for Season 4.”But that wasn't everything.

In the same post, Netflix added a big update that confirmed Liam Hemsworth would replace Henry Cavill as Superman. They wrote, “After Season 3, Henry Cavill will give Liam Hemsworth his swords and make him the new Geralt of Rivia. Welcome to the Witcher family, @liamhemsworth!”


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The third season of The Witcher was first announced in September 2021. Recently, Henry Cavill confirmed that the show will start in the summer of 2023. So, we have a while to go before that one comes out, but at least we already have season four to look forward to!

Who's in Season 4 of the Witcher?

The biggest news about the Season 4 cast is that Liam Hemsworth, not Henry Cavill, will play Geralt. In an Instagram post on Oct. 29, Hemsworth talked about how excited he was to play the well-known fantasy role.

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Hemsworth wrote, “As a fan of The Witcher, I'm over the moon about the chance to play Geralt of Rivia.” “Henry Cavill has done a great job as Geralt, and I'm honored that he's letting me take over and play the White Wolf in the next part of his story.

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Henry, I've been a fan of yours for years, and what you did with this well-known character inspired me. I may be stepping into some big shoes, but I'm really excited to join The Witcher world.”

Netflix hasn't announced any more Season 4 cast members yet, but it's likely that Yennefer and Ciri, played by Anya Chalotra and Freya Allan, will be back.

Trailer for Season 4 of the Witcher

Season 4 is still a long way off, so don't expect to see any footage for a while. Fans should be able to see Hemsworth's Geralt for the first time on Netflix in 2023 if all goes well.

Where Can I Watch Season 4 of the Witcher?

The first and second seasons of The Witcher are now on Netflix.