This article explains if there will be a Nightmare of the Wolf: Bestiary 2, a sequel to the Netflix documentary Nightmare of the Wolf: Bestiary.
Netflix is expanding its catalog of the witcher– content related to the release of Nightmare of the Wolf: Bestiaryan all-new 11-minute documentary about the monsters featured in last year’s animated feature The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf. The short documentary is now available to stream on Netflix.
Should we expect a sequel for Nightmare of the Wolf: Bestiary, and what would be the potential release date?
Probably not. Netflix hasn’t announced it, and there’s only so much juice you can squeeze out of this particular orange. This isn’t the first ‘Bestiary’ documentary Netflix has released – they’ve already made two for season 1 of the witcher, and another one for season 2 has just been released as well. Since Nightmare of the Wolf lasted less than 90 minutes, it’s unlikely to warrant another Bestiary, so we shouldn’t expect a release date announcement.
However, this is certainly not the end of the Bestiary series in the Witcher The Netflix universe. With Origin of blooda six-part miniseries set 1,200 years before the events of the Henry Cavill series, which hits Netflix later this year, fans of this fantasy world should look forward to another look at the monsters that populate the continent next year.
What’s next for The witcher?
A lot. Netflix is currently in production on two live-action series set in this world. The above Origin of blood, now in post-production, was slated to hit the platform sometime in 2022 (it began filming in August 2021), with recent reports hinting at a December date. It stars Michelle Yeoh, Laurence O’Fuarain, Sophia Brown, Mirren Mack, Lenny Henry, Jacob Collins Levy and many more. Plot details are currently unknown, although the marketing campaign is expected to kick off very soon.
At a time, the witcher Season 3 began filming earlier this year, possibly aiming for a late 2023 release. Henry Cavill is back in the lead role, along with Anya Chalotra, Freya Allan, Joey Batey, MyAnna Buring, Tom Canton and more. ‘others. We should expect another Season 3 Bestiary documentary, though it’s probably two years away.
But Netflix isn’t slowing down. As revealed at last year’s Tudum fan event, they’re working on another animated feature in the vein of Nightmare of the Wolf, although it is not clear if this will be related to it. No news has come out since then about it, but we might start hearing about another edition of Tudum on September 24th. They are also developing “new series for children and families” on the mainland, although details are scarce at this stage. .
HBO has Westeros, Prime Video has Middle-earth, and Netflix establishes the continent as their flagship fantasy world. Season 1 saw very good viewership numbers, and by all accounts Season 2 was also a success. Netflix may experiment over the next few months/years to survive the streaming wars, and given previous revenue reports this year, they will have to adapt. However, that doesn’t mean they’re going to change what works for them, and so far, the witcher is. Having fresh content to keep the flame from going out is always a good idea, especially if it’s relatively cheap media like Nightmare of the Wolfand now, The Nightmare of the Wolf: Bestiary.
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