Netflix will stop tossing coins to The Witcher after season five

Netflix says it will cancel The Witcher after renewing it for a fifth season.   

Since filming has begun, the fourth and final seasons will be shot back-to-back.   

The two seasons will cover Baptism of Fire, The Tower of the Swallow, and Lady of the Lake, the last three books in the series.  

The show adapts Andrzej Sapkowski's novels directly, but it sometimes draws on CD Projekt Red's games.  

The Witcher's fourth season will see Liam Hemsworth replacing Henry Cavill as the hero. Geralt of Rivia will encounter a new family in the Hanza, who will assist him find Yennefer and Ciri when they are separated.  

The fourth season adds Laurence Fishburne, Sharlto Copley, and James Purefoy.  

Netflix stated on Thursday that it will stop reporting the number of subscribers and their revenue next year.  

Instead, it will emphasize revenue growth and platform usage.  

“In our early days, when we had little revenue or profit, membership growth was a strong indicator of our future potential,” the company wrote to shareholders.   

“Now we’re generating very substantial profit and free cash flow.”  

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