Netflix is expanding the Witcher universe by releasing a prequel titled The Witcher: Blood Origin.

Netflix is expanding The witcher universe by releasing a prequel titled The witcher: Blood Origin in late December. However, the audience did not like it.

The witcher has proven to be one of Netflix’s most successful series in recent years and is an adaptation of a series of books by Andrzej Sapkowski, which does not directly follow either them or the video games from CD Projekt RED. So the streaming service decided to do spin-offs.

The prequel takes place 1,200 years before the main show and shows the origins of witches. Despite the intriguing plot, the project is being reviled by critics and audiences.

On the Rotten Tomatoes review aggregator, “Origin” has a 35% positive rating from the press and only 10% from users. The audience’s feedback can be read below:.

I was excited to see the show, but then I realized he’s taking all the source material and throwing it away. It’s kind of sad. It’s like the writers of Game of Thrones just did whatever they wanted from season one to season six and completely ignored the books.

– Daniele R [1/10].

It’s a disgusting sight. The first season of The witcher was still a bit of a flop, but it was probably a torture film. I wouldn’t recommend anyone in their right mind to see this miscarriage.

– Roman R [1/10].

WTF? Witch is just a name.

– Ellis K [2/10].

Acting game. Writing is disgusting. It’s just another divorce for money using a popular name. Very disappointing, but expected. I gave it an extra star because that horrible letter made me sleep with him. Welcome and thank you.

– D L [3/10].

If you want to see Michelle Yeo, watch “Sneaking Tiger, Hidden Dragon” or “Everywhere at Once” If you like The witcher, watch the first and second seasons, where Henry Cavill plays Geralt perfectly. But this show… it’s like … it’s a mixture of the worst parts of any regular fantasy show. It’s so tasteless and unoriginal, and as a book and game fan, I have nothing to do with it.

– Maki H [4/10].

The cast included Michelle Yeoh, Lenny Henry, Nathaniel Curtis, Dylan Moran, Francesca Mills and Lawrence O’Farrand. The series premiered on Christmas Day, December 25, 2022.

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