The Witcher Season 3 Audience Score Tanks (Even Compared To Season 2’s Already Bad Score)

The Witcher season 3, which will be the last season of the series to star Henry Cavill, sees a major dip in its Rotten Tomatoes audience score.



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The Witcher season 3 has a thoroughly rotten audience score on Rotten Tomatoes. The Netflix show, which is based on the Polish fantasy novel series of the same name by Andrzej Sapkowski, stars Henry Cavill as the magically-infused monster hunter Geralt of Rivia. The show has become a Netflix phenomenon, expanding to become a franchise including the animated movie The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf and the spinoff series The Witcher: Blood Origin. The five-episode season 3 part 1 premiered yesterday, June 29, with the three-episode part 2 set to follow on July 27.




Now that the first part of The Witcher season 3 is available on Netflix, audiences have been able to share their thoughts on various platforms, including Rotten Tomatoes where it has a worse-than-ever 49 percent. This is another sharp drop for the series, which had already slumped from 89 percent to 58 percent in season 2. This is in opposition to the critics’ score, which is a firmly fresh 83 percent, though it’s still slightly down from season 2’s Certified Fresh 95 percent.

The Witcher season 3 part 1 Henry Cavill as Geralt of Rivia in a tomb

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Source: Rotten Tomatoes

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