CNET también está disponible en español.

Ir a español

Don't show this again

2021 Ford Bronco leak iOS 14 public beta The Batman HBO Max spinoff Skype vs. Zoom Ready Player One sequel Meet the new Batwoman

The Witcher will soon slay beasts on Netflix

Remember Geralt of Rivia? He's back! In the world of Netflix.

CD Projekt RED

If you've played all three Witcher games but still want more Geralt of Rivia in your life, you're in luck: The Witcher Saga is coming to Netflix.

The streaming giant is developing a series based on the Andrzej Sapkowski's series of Witcher novels, the same books that were turned into a beloved gaming franchise by CD Projekt RED.

Witchers are mysterious "warrior monks" who are trained to slay beasts and baddies -- for a cost. The saga was first turned into a video game with 2008's The Witcher, ending with 2015's widely acclaimed Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt.

Over 25 million Witcher games have been sold, so you could say this is a big deal.

No release date or castings have been announced, but Sean Daniel (1999's "The Mummy") and Jason Brown (2017's "The Mummy") will serve as executive producers.

Tech Culture: From film and television to social media and games, here's your place for the lighter side of tech.

Star Wars at 40: Join us in celebrating the many ways the Force-filled sci-fi saga has impacted our lives.