Netflix says The Witcher release date of December 17 posted on its Netherlands social media accounts earlier this week may not be accurate.
On Tuesday, posts on the Netflix Netherlands Twitter and Facebook accounts suggested how long fans will have to wait for several highly anticipated shows and films to launch, including The Witcher.
As spotted by Redanian Intelligence, the since-deleted posts indicated fans would have to wait 97 days to watch The Witcher, meaning it would air on December 17.
While several of the release dates included in the posts have already been announced and tally with the countdowns, a Netflix spokesperson told VGC some of the information may not be correct.
“The launch date for The Witcher has not yet been confirmed,” they said. “The post was made by Netflix accounts in the Netherlands in error, and not all of the information contained in it is accurate/final.”
In April, Netflix said it planned to launch The Witcher in the fourth calendar quarter of 2019.
The live-action adaption of Andrzej Sapkowski’s fantasy novels received its first trailer in July, offering a look at monster hunter Geralt (Henry Cavill), sorceress Yennefer (Anya Cholatra) and princess Ciri (Freya Allan) in action.