The Witcher: Blood Origin Has How Many Episodes Total?

The Witcher: Blood Origin was meant to be an epic tale spanning the Conjunction of the Spheres and the birth of the first witcher, two of the most pivotal events in the history of the universe. It has some connections to it, but that is not its primary focus. Fans may be more surprised by the fact that the Netflix miniseries was just four episodes long than by the series’ actual excellence.

Given that the show was first announced to consist of just six episodes, this is not too shocking. It’s true that many were written, and it’s also possible that many were killed. Showrunners Declan de Barra and Lauren S. Hissrich originally planned for six episodes, but ultimately concluded that they could get by with less. With such a wide-open prequel idea, “We could do anything we wanted,” Barra told Polygon. We aimed to create a tale that could stand on its own, much like a two-film trilogy.

The Witcher Blood Origin Has How Many Episodes Total
The Witcher Blood Origin Has How Many Episodes Total

So, because we had complete creative freedom, we filmed anything we pleased. Then we asked ourselves in the cutting room, “OK, what’s the best version of this sandwich we can make?” The best possible sandwich leaves you thinking, “That was neither too much nor too little.” The seasoning on the sauce was spot on. So, that’s what we set out to do.

Despite the fact that the program’s producers wanted to make “the tastiest sandwich,” they mostly avoided discussing the most intriguing aspects of the tale element or the roots of the world that the show was based on. Given how much material was left unexplored, it’s feasible that the Witcher world may revisit this era and devote more than four episodes to it next time.

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Netflix has been less forthcoming about when “next time” may occur. Based on the available information, Season 2 of Blood Origin is not in the cards. A new spinoff of The Witcher would be required to revisit these people and the events immediately after the Conjunction of the Spheres.

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With the Conjunction of the Spheres and the first witcher’s birth as its focal point, The Witcher: Blood Origin was intended to be a sprawling saga. It’s related to it in a few ways, but that’s not really its main purpose. The short length of the Netflix miniseries may come as more of a shock to viewers than the show’s high quality.

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