In Witcher S3 finale, Geralt recuperates in bed after a tough battle. Henry Cavill's last episode as the lead role. Intense conclusion.
Odd choice in Witcher S3 finale: Geralt stuck recovering in a forest, sidelining his pivotal moment. Season ends without a strong send-off for Cavill.
The Witcher S2 deviates from the faithful and engaging debut. Moving away from source material and main cast, losing its dark humor charm.
The Witcher S3 split into volumes: Setup seemed promising, but Volume 2 disappoints. Potential wasted, character arcs falter in just three episodes.
Epic showdown in The Witcher S3 with war at Aretuza. Redania and surviving elves clash with mages for diverse reasons. Action-packed episode.
Complex politics lead to massive Aretuza battle in The Witcher S3. Spymaster purges disloyal mages, elves fight for Nilfgaard. Intense and bloody.
The Witcher S3 highlights epic Geralt vs. traitorous mage Vilgefortz showdown. Long-awaited battle with twists and revelations. Intense climax.
Vilgefortz, a formidable mage and fighter, wields a magical staff in an intense battle against Geralt. Rare moment of defeat for our hero.
Post-battle aftermath leaves main cast adrift. Ciri teleports to desert, captured due to bounty on her head. Isolated and lost.
Entire episode devoted to Ciri's capture in the desert. Geralt retreats for magical healing, struggles to recover in final episode. Limited action.
Yenn's subplot lacks interest, dealing with Aretuza's surviving mages. Narrative and emotional core suffers from uninteresting developments.
Surprising deaths hint at a fresh start in S4. Ciri's role expands, new companion Milva joins Geralt, refuses to tolerate his attitude.
Disappointing conclusion to S3 of The Witcher. Lacks humor, action, and monster focus. Core cast underutilized. Cavill's performance remains a highlight. Uncertain transition to Hemsworth's Geralt.