After some delays, “The Witcher” season 3 has finally wrapped up filming for the hit-fantasy series.

According to Redanian Intelligence, filming for season 3 of “The Witcher” was completed on Sept. 9, something that was revealed on social media by director Bola Ogun.

Aside from Ogun, actor Henry Cavill also posted a thank you note to the cast and crew. It read:

“What a season this has been! I just wanted to thank you all for your determination and dedication through a tough shoot," he wrote.

“The Witcher” is no stranger to delays, having witnessed that as well in its second season. This time around, season 3 of the series was not spared from issues, particularly ones brought up by the COVID-19 pandemic.

It was minor compared to the second season where Cavill was forced to take a brief hiatus after testing positive for COVID-19. After a couple of days, filming resumed without the actor, covering scenes that did not feature Geralt of Rivia.

For those who may not know, “The Witcher” season 3 is set to adapt the events of Andrzej Sapkowski's Time of Contempt, the second novel in the main Witcher saga and the fourth book overall.

This was revealed no less by Netflix, dropping the synopsis when filming started. This includes revealing the show will see Ciri hunted by various factions, including the elves and mages, as well as the Continent's monsters.

Also, Yennefer will take the Cintran princess to Aretuza to continue her training in magic, where the pair will stumble upon a mess of political intrigue and the corruption of both power and magic.

With these teasers, “The Witcher” season 3 should have more plots that are worth monitoring. So far, there is no official release date for the said season.

In the meantime, the first two seasons can be viewed on Netflix, including “The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf.”

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