Despite not quite sticking the landing on its freshman season critically, Netflix is betting big on its Witcher franchise after the huge viewing numbers the first season got back in 2019. Fans can also expect a sophomore season of the main show and a live-action spinoff called Blood Origin, but before all that, fans can watch the animated feature film Nightmare of the Wolf. So, … Continue reading ‘The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf’ On Netflix, Worth The Watch? [Spoiler-Free] – ScreenHub Entertainment
Potential spoilers for season two of The Witcher When it debuted back in 2019, The Witcher was revealed to be the most popular show on Netflix. The show, based on the best-selling novels by Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski, promised to fill in the void left by Game of Thrones. But despite the star power of Henry Cavill, the show stumbled quite a bit in its … Continue reading What ‘The Witcher’ Needs To Get Right In Its Second Season – ScreenHub Entertainment
Update #2: Netflix has partnered with Cabinet Entertainment and Pathfinder Media to bring Conan The Barbarian to the small screen. The streaming giant struck gold with the success of The Witcher series and is likely aiming to replicate their success with the granddaddy of the Sword and Sorcery genre. There’s no showrunner or cast announced at this point, but once we hear more, we’ll inform you … Continue reading Update: ‘Conan The Barbarian’ TV Series Coming To Netflix – ScreenHub Entertainment
Toss A Coin To Your Witcher was totally snubbed at the 2020 Emmys (admit it, it’s still in your head) but that doesn’t mean that the world is done with Netflix’s hit (and divisive) fantasy series, The Witcher. Based on the novels by Andrzej Sapkowski, The Witcher is a fantasy series that follows Geralt of Rivia (a stoic Henry Cavill), a monster hunter thrust on … Continue reading What Is ‘The Witcher: Blood Origins’ About? – ScreenHub Entertainment
Announced in 2012 with a reveal trailer shown in 2013, Cyberpunk 2077 has become something of an internet myth, largely due to how invisible the game and the developers have been on promoting content for the game to the public since then. The dystopian Blade Runner inspired game from The Witcher developers CD Projeckt Red has been shown to press twice in 2018, once at E3 and more recently, at Gamescon in August of 2018. Each time though, the public ended up getting denied access to that footage, which both infuriated fans and increased the hype around the game. Now, the Polish studio has pulled the veil back and has given us a 48-minute gameplay demo. The studio has stressed that this isn’t a reflection of the final game and that anything is subject to change, but we now have our first impressions of the game. Here are our thoughts on the game!