Fans of the popular Netflix series “The Witcher” have reason to celebrate as the spin-off project, “Project Sirius,” is reportedly back on track. The announcement was made by showrunner Lauren Schmidt Hissrich, who revealed that the project has been given the green light and is moving forward.
“Project Sirius” was first announced in 2020, but was put on hold due to the pandemic. The spin-off will be set in the same world as “The Witcher,” but will focus on a different group of characters and explore different storylines.
According to reports, “Project Sirius” will be a prequel series set in the world of “The Witcher,” but will not feature any of the main characters from the original series. Instead, it will focus on the early days of the witchers and the creation of the first witcher schools.
The witchers are a group of skilled warriors who are trained from a young age to fight and kill monsters. They possess enhanced strength and speed, and are immune to diseases and most poisons. They are also known for their trademark silver swords, which are effective against monsters.
Fans of “The Witcher” have been eagerly awaiting news of the spin-off series, and many are excited to see what new characters and storylines will be introduced. The original series, which stars Henry Cavill as the lead character Geralt of Rivia, has been a huge success for Netflix and has garnered a massive following.
“The Witcher” is based on a series of books by Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski, and has been adapted into video games, comic books, and now a hit TV series. The show is known for its epic fight scenes, stunning visuals, and complex characters.
No release date has been announced for “Project Sirius” yet, but fans are eagerly awaiting any updates on the series. With the success of “The Witcher,” it’s clear that there is a huge appetite for more stories set in this world, and “Project Sirius” is sure to deliver.