Netflix has announced “Waiter: The Origin of Blood”, a limited series set in the “Waiter” universe, which will reveal the back of the Eleven civilization before its fall – and reveal the lost history of the very first Witcher.
Filmed in the United States, “Blood Origin” will be a six-part, live-action limited series, and a prequel to Netflix’s popular series “The Waiter.” No details of the cast have been released.
Set in an Eleven World – 1200 years before the world of “The Witcher” – “The Source of Blood” will tell a story lost in time and tell the story of a “combination of spheres” when the world of monsters, men, and Elvis became one, According to Netflix.
Declan de Barra (top left), an author of Season 1 of “Witcher,” will play the role of executive producer and shorner. Lauren Schmidt will play the role of executive producer (top right); He is the executive producer of Seasons 1 and 2 of “Witcher” and the showruner un
He wrote the original “Witcher” series of books based on the Netflix show. Jason Brown and Sean Daniel of Hivemind and Tomek Baginski and Jerek Savko from Platiz Films will each serve as executive producers.
“As a lifelong fan of fantasy, I’m thrilled to tell the story,” said de Barra. “Ever since I first read Witcher, I’ve had a question: What was the alien world like before the human catastrophe? Science, discovery, the rise and fall of civilization And I’ve always been fascinated by how culture evolved just before this fall. “
Schmidt Hissrich added, “With the Declan and Netflix team, ‘Waiter: Blood Origin.’ I’m thrilled to collaborate, it’s an exciting challenge to explore and expand the Andrej Sapkowski’s Waiter universe, and we can’t wait to introduce new character fans and a true story that will enrich our magical, mythical world. “
Sapkowski commented: “Surprisingly, the world of Withar – as planned in the beginning – is expanding. I hope this brings more fans into my book world.
The second season of “The Waiter,” starring Henry Cavill in the title role, is set to re-produce in the United States in August.