After a successful series for its first season, Netflix has decided to create a spin-off. This is an anime rather than a movie. And rather than focusing, again, on Geralt of Riv, we focus on his mentor. We're talking about Vesemir, who is very little present in the series, and whose name appears often in the video game saga.
He is the father figure that Geralt, a former wizard himself, clings to. With this different approach and a different historical arc, has Netflix been able to win over the hearts of fans? Or has the platform lost them with this anime that fills the expectation of the season 2 of The Witcher ?