Meet the new Geralt of Rivia. Today, Netflix unveiled a teaser for The Witcher season 4 featuring a first look at Liam Hemsworth as the lead. Hemsworth replaces Henry Cavill, who played Geralt for the show’s first three seasons.

Check out the teaser footage below.

Here’s the official synopsis of The Witcher season 4 from Netflix:

After the shocking, Continent-altering events that close out season three, the new season follows Geralt, Yennefer, and Ciri who are faced with traversing the war-ravaged Continent and its many demons apart from each other.  If they can embrace and lead the groups of misfits they find themselves in,  they have a chance of surviving the baptism of fire and finding one another again. 

Netflix renewed the series through a fifth and final season. The remaining two seasons will cover the events of the remaining three novels in Andrzej Sapkowski’s series: Baptism of Fire, The Tower of the Swallow, and Lady of the Lake.

Though the upcoming season will feature Hemsworth’s debut, many other stars return to reprise their roles, including Anya Chalotra (Yennefer of Vengerberg), Freya Allan (Princess Cirilla of Cintra), and Joey Batey (Jaskier).

Other confirmed cast members also include Laurence Fishburne (Regis) Eamon Farren (Cahir), Anna Shaffer (Triss Merigold), Mimî M Khayisa (Fringilla), Cassie Clare (Philippa), Mahesh Jadu (Vilgefortz), Meng’er Zhang (Milva), Graham McTavish (Dijkstra), Royce Pierreson (Istredd), Mecia Simson (Francesca), Sharlto Copley (Leo Bonhart), Danny Woodburn (Zoltan), Jeremy Crawford (Yarpen), Bart Edwards (Emhyr), Hugh Skinner (Radovid), James Purefoy (Skellen), Christelle Elwin (Mistle), Fabian McCallum (Kayleigh), Juliette Alexandra (Reef), Ben Radcliffe (Giselher), Connor Crawford (Asse), Aggy K. Adams (Iskra), Linden Porco (Percival Schuttenbach), Therica Wilson-Read (Sabrina), Rochelle Rose (Margarita), and Safiyya Ingar (Keira).

Season 4 will include eight episodes. However, we don’t have a release date for the season just yet. Check back to THS for more updates.

Meanwhile, you can stream the first three seasons of The Witcher on Netflix now.

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