When is The Witcher Season 3 Part 2 coming out? (and number of episodes)

The Witcher Season 3 Part 1 is officially streaming on Netflix, which means fans can enjoy five new episodes. If you haven’t started watching yet, what are you waiting for?

For those who don’t know, Netflix has split The Witcheris the latest season in two parts. They have also done this on some of their other big shows e.g stranger things Season 4 and the upcoming second season of The Lincoln Attorney.

Although there are eight episodes The Witcher In Season 3, Netflix presented Season Five in the first part. Read on to find out everything you need to know about the premiere of Part 2.

Why Did Netflix Split The Witcher Season 3 Into Two Parts?

Unlike other streaming services, Netflix has maintained its plan to mostly stop broadcasting all at once.

Splitting seasons into two parts is a relatively new thing Netflix is ​​trying to do, as it still allows them to offer viewers “binge drops” while also splitting their most popular shows, allowing them to dominate social media and conversations for longer.

It’s also a smart way for Netflix to ensure users pay for their service for at least two months if anyone is considering signing up The Witcher special.

The Witcher season 3 part 2 release date

The second part of the season is still about a month away as it releases on Netflix July 27, 2023. That means you’ll have to wait several weeks to see what will happen on Thanedd Island when the big bookstore unfolds and a key villain is revealed.

How many episodes will there be in Season 3 Part 2 of The Witcher?

In total there will be three episodes in the second half The Witcher Season 3. Netflix has yet to release the episode titles or runtimes for the remaining episodes, but stay tuned to Netflix Life and we’ll keep you posted with the latest information on the hit fantasy series!

The Witcher Season 3, part 1 is streaming now, part 2 is out in July.

  • Published on 06/29/2023 at 10:00 am
  • Last updated on 06/29/2023 at 10:00 am

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