"The Witcher" is a fantasy drama streaming television series directed by Tomasz Bagiński, Alik Sakharov, Charlotte Brändström, Alex Garcia Lopez, Marc Jobst and Lauren Schmidt Hissrich.
The starring cast includes Henry Cavill as Geralt of Rivia, Freya Allan as Cirilla "Ciri", Eamon Farren as Cahir Mawr Dyffryn aep Ceallach, Anya Chalotra as Yennefer of Vengerberg, Joey Batey as Jaskier, MyAnna Buring as Tissaia de Vries, Royce Pierreson as Istredd, Mimi Ndiweni as Fringilla Vigo, Anna Shaffer as Triss Merigold, Mahesh Jadu as Vilgefortz of Roggeveen and others.

Here are "The Witcher" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date, streaming services and everything we know so far.


Is there a trailer for The Witcher TV series?

Netflix on Friday, October 29, 2021 released the trailer for "The Witcher" you can watch here:
The Witcher Season 2 | Official Trailer | Netflix.

Plot summary

What is The Witcher TV series plot?

Here is a short review of "The Witcher" TV series plot summary.

The show's first season follows Geralt of Rivia (Henry Cavill), Crown Princess Ciri (Freya Allan), and the sorceress Yennefer of Vengerberg (Anya Chalotra) at different points of time, exploring formative events that shaped their characters, before eventually merging into a single timeline culminating at the battle for Sodden Hill against the invaders from Nilfgaard.


Who plays who in the The Witcher TV series cast?

Here is the full cast and characters of "The Witcher" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Henry Cavill  as Geralt of Rivia a magically enhanced monster-hunter known as a "witcher"
Freya Allan  as Cirilla "Ciri" the crown princess of Cintra, granddaughter of Queen Calanthe and daughter of Pavetta
Eamon Farren  as Cahir Mawr Dyffryn aep Ceallach a Nilfgaardian army commander
Anya Chalotra  as Yennefer of Vengerberg a quarter-elf sorceress with a former hunchbacked appearance
Joey Batey  as Jaskier a travelling bard
MyAnna Buring  as Tissaia de Vries mentor to Yennefer and the Rectoress of Aretuza, a training academy for female mages
Royce Pierreson  as Istredd an adept sorcerer and historian
Mimi Ndiweni  as Fringilla Vigo a sorceress
Anna Shaffer  as Triss Merigold a sorceress, the court mage of Temeria and advisor to King Foltest
Mahesh Jadu  as Vilgefortz of Roggeveen a charismatic sorcerer
Jodhi May  as Queen Calanthe ruler of the Kingdom of Cintra and grandmother of Princess Cirilla
Adam Levy  as Mousesack the court druid of Cintra and advisor to Queen Calanthe
Björn Hlynur Haraldsson  as King Eist Tuirseach husband to Queen Calanthe and step-grandfather of Cirilla
Lars Mikkelsen  as Stregobor resident mage in the town of Blaviken and the Rector of Ban Ard, the academy for male mages
Therica Wilson-Read  as Sabrina Glevissig a sorceress
Judit Fekete  as Vanielle of Brugge a sorceress and one of the mages
Terence Maynard  as Artorius Vigo court mage from Toussaint and uncle of Fringilla
Emma Appleton  as Renfri of Creyden a princess-turned-bandit
Mia McKenna-Bruce  as Marilka daughter of Blaviken's alderman
Tobi Bamtefa  as Sir Danek a Cintran commander of Calanthe's royal guard
Tom Canton  as Filavandrel the last king of the Elves
Shaun Dooley  as King Foltest the king of Temeria, whose incestuous relationship with his sister created a daughter
Josette Simon  as Eithne the Queen of the Dryads of Brokilon Forest
Nóra Trokán  as Dryad General
Natasha Culzac  as Toruviel an elven warrior serving Filavandrel
Gaia Mondadori  as Princess Pavetta the daughter of Queen Calanthe and mother of Ciri
Lucas Englander  as Chireadan a healer elf from the Redanian city of Rinde
Jordan Renzo  as Eyck of Denesle
Amit Shah  as Torque a sylvan ("horned devil")
Julian Rhind-Tutt  as Giltine the enchanter of Aretuza
Anna-Louise Plowman  as Zola Yurga's wife
Bart Edwards  as Urcheon of Erlenwald/Duny Pavetta's lover, afflicted by a curse that transforms him into a hedgehog man until midnight
Francis Magee  as Yurga a travelling merchant in Sodden, rescued from monsters by Geralt
Ron Cook  as Borch Three Jackdaws
Ella-Rae Smith  as Fola a young sorceress in Aretuza
Frida Gustavsson  as Ma/Visenna mother of Geralt of Rivia
Marcin Czarnik  as Ronin Mage an assassin sent to murder Queen Kalis and her baby daughter
Graham McTavish  as Dijkstra
Liz Carr  as Fenn
Simon Callow  as Codringher
Kevin Doyle  as Ba'lian
Adjoa Andoh  as Nenneke
Chris Fulton  as Rience
Cassie Clare  as Phillippa Eilhart
Yasen Atour  as Coen
Basil Eidenbenz  as Eskel
Mecia Simson  as Francesca
Paul Bullion  as Lambert
Wilson Mbomio  as Dara
Máté Haumann  as Field Marshall
Daniel Burke  as Nilfgaardian Soldier
Maciej Musial  as Sir Lazlo
Martin Berencsy  as Korin
Aisha Fabienne Ross  as Lydia van Bredevoort
Adesuwa Oni  as Téa
Colette Dalal Tchantcho  as Véa
Isobel Laidler  as Queen Kalis
Packy Lee  as Nohorn
Jason Thorpe  as Lord Ostrit
Steve Wall  as Boholt
Ben Wiggins  as The Adonis
Jeremy Crawford  as Yarpen Zigrin
Sonny Ashbourne Serkis  as Martin
Roderick Hill  as Fletcher
Blair Kincaid  as Crach An Craite
Philippe Spall  as Hemet
Matt Devere  as Lord Marbury
Charlotte O'Leary  as Tiffania
Owen Good  as Kaedwenian Lord
Anna Burnett  as Glacella
Lu Corfield  as Marites
Ben Lambert  as King Virfuril
Declan Hannigan  as Herald
Szandra Asztalos  as Anica
Roger Ringrose  as Beau Berrant
Kata Petõ  as Lady Marbury
Lilly Maria Cooper  as Murta
Katia Bokor  as Queen Sancia
Richard van Weyden  as Giant Bald Guard
Ossian Perret  as Lord Tinglant
John Cummins  as Innkeeper
Eliza Varga  as Doralis
Wayne Brett  as The Alderman
Gudmundur Thorvaldsson  as Remus
Alexandra Szucs  as Isadora
Anita Olatunji  as Middle Aged Woman
Michael Power  as The Butcher
Rebeka Balogh  as Lark
Joachim Paul Assböck  as Man
Sam Marks  as Captain Segelin
Veronika Varga  as Cintra Upper Class Woman
Wayne Cater  as Seething Lord
Tristan Ruggeri  as Young Geralt
Krisztián Csákvári  as Adon Ozol
Michael Byrch  as True Form Doppler
Jack Bandeira  as Young Alderman
Martin Angerbauer  as Militia Guard
Andrey Kurganov  as Tsoka
Benjamin Chaffin  as Cahir Actor
Jade Croot  as Princess Adda
Jack Wolfe  as Nadbor
Raquel Amegashie  as Warrior Dryad
Atanáz Babinchak  as Filip
Dominic Creasey  as Lord Peregrine of Nilfgaard
Simeon Dyer  as Lucas Corto
Michael Keane  as Xavier Moran
Anneke Weerts  as Gatherer Dryad
Joshua Higgott  as Hegor
M. Simon Andrea  as Lilja Ozol
Kristóf Widder  as Nilfgaardian Officer
Imogen Daines  as Danica
Rhianna McGreevy  as Coral
Callum Coates  as Mousesack Doppler
David Broughton-Davies  as Councilman
Rob Malone  as Anton
Kain Francis  as Yannick Brass
Dónal Finn  as Nettly
Viola Prettejohn  as Fake Ciri
Kevin Howarth  as Djinn
Bogdan Iancu  as Mikal
Jim Caesar  as Atlan Kerk
Leigh Gill  as One-Eyed Dwarf
Roland Tzafetás  as Black Box Mage
Levente Lippai  as Zeke Ozol
Paul Kynman  as Giant Rider
Tamás Olt  as Human Miner
Iván Lengyel  as Bottle Kid #1
Sándor Köleséri  as Abbott
Gábor Perei  as Panicked Guard
Scott Alexander Young  as Innkeeper - Rural Inn
Ross Telfer  as Draig Bon Dhu
Barnabás Kovács-Szégner  as Bottle Kid #2
Howard Chadwick  as Chubby Merchant
Pál Fedinecz  as Soup Line Dwarf
Theo James  as Young Vesemir
Becky Wright  as Striga
Louis Boyer  as Nilfgaardian Sentry
Szofi Berki  as Kaveri
Adam Zambryzcki  as Mage
Balázs Szitás  as Drunk Guy
Ayari Rodhouane  as Nonim
Zsófia Miklós  as Peasant Girl
Péter Fancsikai  as Soup Line Soldier
Blanka Herbály  as Novice #2
Eper Stinner  as Novice #1
Kristofer Hivju  as Nivellen
Kim Bodnia  as Vesemir
Bernardo Santos  as Northern Soldier
Paul O'Kelly  as Nilfgaard Soldier
Agnes Born  as Vereena
Alexander Squires  as 206
Tim Samuels  as Elad
Keith Lomas  as Aide to King Foltest
Attila C. Arpa  as Innkeeper (2019)


What are The Witcher filming details?

"The Witcher" series are produced by Platige Image, Netflix, Sean Daniel Company, Stillking Films, One of Us and Cinesite.

The average duration of each episode is 47 - 67 minutes. Country of origin: United States and Poland. Original language: English.


What are critics and audiences saying about The Witcher TV series?

"The Witcher" TV series got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 8.2/10.

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