The Witcher is currently Netflix’s second-most popular original TV series. The well-received fantasy-drama series is only one season in, so you can easily catch up — but it’s only accessible on Netflix.
Protagonist Geralt of Rivia is a Witcher: a monster hunter for hire. He is pushed past the human breaking point from a young age, gaining superhuman powers to serve as a counterbalance to evil forces that threaten the world. If you’re looking for a way to satisfy your fantasy-drama craving, then you can look up The Witcher on Netflix and binge-watch some episodes.
How to watch The Witcher
Since debuting in December of 2019, The Witcher has gained global buzz as the new sexy high-fantasy epic to fill the void after The Game of Thrones ended. While you were once able to watch The Witcher for free using Netflix 30-day free trial, as of October 2020 the offer has been pulled. You’ll now need to sign up to Netflix in order to watch the show.
Watch more Netflix Originals
In addition to The Witcher, there are a string of Netflix Original series and movies set up for release in the near future as well as a few to dive into right now.
- The Umbrella Academy
- Stranger Things
- Sex Education
- Medical Police
- Love is Blind
What devices are compatible with Netflix?
Netflix is compatible with any device that has an Internet connection and offers the Netflix app including streaming devices, gaming consoles, smartphones, and Blu-ray players.
Find a streaming alternative
Watching the first season of The Witcher in one sitting is easy enough, so if you choose to discontinue watching on Netflix, canceling online is simple. There’s also plenty of other free trials available for you to find another show to binge watch,
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