The sorcerer season 3 began to film earlier this year, but information about history remains secret. However, a series of details have begun to arise from the set, hinting at what will come. Redaniana Intelligence reports that filming is carried out around a structure that resembles the ruins of Shaerrawedd, which appeared in Andrzej Sapkowski’s novel. Sangre de elphos. At this time, it is not clear if the structure is intended to be the destroyed elphical palace, but it certainly seems like a possibility! Anyway, it seems that it could be an interesting location next season.
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As Redanian Intelligence points out, season 2 ofthe sorcerer_ was strongly based on theelpho sangrer, but Shaerrawedd did not appear. Of course, the Netflix series freely adapts elements of Sapkowski’s stories, so it would not be exaggerated to imagine that the trimmed content of the book appears in season 3. The rapid and loose approach of the program towards the material of origin has irritated Some fans, but some deviations are expected when it comes to any adaptation. It is very unlikely that Netflix reveals specific details about the plot in the short term, so, for now, fans will only have to speculate on what will come.
While some fans are not happy with the program approach on the original material,the sorcerer_ continues to find success for Netflix. The program has passionate followers and Netflix has invested a lot in the series. It remains to be seen how long The sorcerer could last, but writers and producers have already begun to plan a fourth season, even while season 3 continues to film. Of course, _the witcher: origin of the blood, a series of prequels, will also be launched at the end of this year. Hopefully Netflix continues to provide fans a lot to enjoy in the coming years!
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