Netflix is tossing a cartoon to The Witcher

Netflix is tossing a cartoon to The Witcher

In Netflix's newest report to the shareholders which is released on Tuesday, Netflix set the fantasy series on track to become its "greatest season 1 TV series ever".

"The Witcher", which launched December 20, follows the stories of monster hunter Geralt of Rivia (Henry Cavill), sorceress Yennefer (Anya Chalotra) and young princess Ciri (Freya Allan).

Earlier, Netflix marked an account view as a single user account seeing at least 70 percent of just one event.

Netflix also went so far as to compare The Witcher's popularity to that of competing streaming streaming series The Mandalorian, on new platform Disney Plus, which caused a verifiable cultural sensation over the holidays thanks to one Baby Yoda.

That's based on 76 million households tuning in to watch the show during its first four weeks of release. It is based on Witcher books by Andrzej Sapkowski but took inspiration from the CD Projekt RPG series.

Netflix has not been shy about touting The Witcher's enormous popularity.

In a brand new press launch from the streaming large, Netflix revealed The Witcher loved the largest launch for a brand new streaming collection on document-proving the urge for food for brand new fantasy within the wake of the Recreation of Thrones ending is powerful. And a film is the flawless way to keep fans' attention during the long wait for The Witcher season two in 2021.

Now, if you watch something for at least two minutes, "long enough to indicate the choice was intentional" then it counts. And the third season of the royal drama The Crown - its first with its new cast - was seen by more than 21 million households (up 40 percent from season two).

There had been rumors about potentially spinning off The Witcher into a separate animated film. Season 2 was announced on November 13, around six weeks before the release of the first season.

Netflix admits this new way of following yields a much higher figure than its former method.

Of its original movies, it says that 80 million watched Sandra Bullock post-apocalypse drama Bird Box, while 73 million are said to have watched Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston comedy Murder Mystery.

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