Saturday, September 24, 2022

TEASERS FOR VIKINGS: VALHALLA AND SHADOW & BONE SEASONS 2! THE WITCHER: BLOOD ORIGIN EPIC SPIN OFF SERIES STREAM DATE ANNOUNCED WITH A NEW POSTER!

  BLOOD ORIGIN  
THE WITCHER SPINOFF SERIES TO ARRIVE THIS CHRISTMAS 
During the Tudum even this weekend, when they announce upcoming projects, Netflix has announced and confirmed that THE WITCHER spin off series
The show will arrive this Christmas
BLOOD ORIGIN will arrive as your Christmas present December 25th! Set 1,200 years before the events of The Witcher series, the six-episode Blood Origin will focus on how the first Witcher was created and the events that lead to the pivotal conjunction of the spheres, when the worlds of monsters, men, and elves merged to become one. Minnie Drives has been announced as the new addition to the cast led by Michelle Yeoh, Laurence O’Fuarain, and Sophia Brown, who all play warrior elves. The godawful Driver will meanwhile play a Seanchai, a shapeshifting collector of old lore with the abilities to travel between time and worlds. You can also check out the first poster for the new epic series and also a new photo of Michelle Yeoh in the costume of her character. The original Witcher series, meanwhile, returns with season 3 next summer.

  VIKINGS: VALHALLA  
SEASON TWO TEASER TRAILER
Tudum has also brought us an exciting first teaser for the second season of VIKINGS: VALHALLA epic series which will return sometime next year and the teaser gives us a look at  our heroes Harald Sigurdsson (Leo Suter), Leif Eriksson (Sam Corlett) and Freydis Eriksdotter (Frida Gustavsson), as they make a desperate last stand against Olaf and his warriors! And, yes, there are some mighty fireballs coming from the sky to save them in the last moment! The series already has third season ordered as well!
 

 
  SHADOW AND BONE  
SEASON TWO TEASER IS HERE
Although it will arrive sometime next year, Netflix has shown the first teaser over at Tudum event for the second season of their fantasy series SHADOW AND BONE which is set in the fictional land of Ravka, where teenage orphan Alina has the power of light with which she can stop the dark forces led by Ben Barnes. The teaser gives us the first look at some new characters as well: Jack Wolfe as Wylan Hendriks; Patrick Gibson as Nikolai Lantsov, the son of Ravkan king Alexander III with his own private fleet; Anna Leong Brophy as Tamar Kir-Bataar, a Heartrender and close friend of Alina’s; and our dear Warrior star Lewis Tan as Tolya Yul-Bataar, Tamar’s twin brother and another Heartrender. Check out the teaser below and see if it will wet your appetite for the continuation of the series based on Leigh Bardugo's Grisha novels. 

8 comments:

  1. Good. I wasn't even sure there was a second season filming going on. Now I can look forward to winter in Netflix.

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    1. Which one do you mean? I informed you that Valhalla has shot season two together with season one and that the third one was ordered before the first one aired. And it is, sadly, not coming this winter, but next year, but then again February is still winter.

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    2. Don’t scold me Gattocito. The real world is having such an impact on my life that series data is taking a second seat and that may explain my memory loss. Still, I’m glad it is coming on February, a year after its debut. It’s the way seasons should go. What I cannot stand is when they take two or three years for a follow up, and sometimes they shelve projects forever.

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    3. We do not know if it is February, they say winter, but I am guessing it could be February like last year. They had the second season shooting even before we saw the first one, and the third one finished shooting before we will see the second one LOL The third one should be the final one as it was originally ordered for 24 eps.

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  2. You list me with Minnie Driver. Are they still shooting The Witcher? I never did get around to watching that one.

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    1. I am shocked they would cast her, such an annoying person she is and does not fit that series at all. Witcher is mostly terrible, I also quit on House of the Dragon after that homophobic wedding episode and will no longer watch that borefest shit. Will replace it with The Empress and tonight I am starting Serpent Queen.

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    2. It’s amazing that these big titles are mostly shit. I haven’t watched House of the Dragon, but it sounds like one to avoid, indeed. Hopefully the other two will make up for the string of crappy shows you’ve been subjected to lately.

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    3. Dragon is beyond stupid, boring and dull. Rings of Power have their dull moments but are so pretty and gorgeous that it is worth watching and plus it is getting better and better even with its faults. Serpent Queen had a really fun and dynamic first episode, hope the rest are as good.

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