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Netflix’s ‘The Witcher’ Set To Be The Biggest Season One TV Series Ever With 76M Viewers

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Netflix’s ‘The Witcher’ Set To Be The Biggest Season One TV Series Ever With 76M Viewers

The promising big show going forward!

Netflix is applauding its New Henry Cavill, Game of Thrones-esque fantasy series ‘The Witcher.

In a letter shared with shareholders pertaining to the company’s fourth Quarter 2019 earnings, Netflix revealed the show, which premiered on December 20th is set to be the biggest season one TV series ever.

Netflix is applauding its New Henry Cavill, Game of Thrones-esque fantasy series ‘The Witcher’

‘Through its first 4weeks of release, over 76million household watched this action-filled fantasy.’ The letter reads.

Revealing it’s new metric is 35% higher on average than the prior metric, the streaming giant counted views of at least 70% of a given episode or film, thereby beefing up its figures.

Netflix revealed the show, which premiered on December 20th is set to be the biggest season one TV series ever

This means, even if a viewer watched only 3-5mins of the show before switching to something new, it still counts as a full-on view for the Witcher.

The letter continued: ‘The show’s launch drove up sales of The Witcher books and games across the world and equally spawned a viral musical hit,’

The series is hinged on the Polish Author Andrej Sapkowski’s fantasy novels and largely focuses on Geralt of Riva.

Currently holding a 66% rating on meta-review site Rotten Tomatoes, the Witcher series is hinged on the Polish Author Andrej Sapkowski’s fantasy novels and largely focuses on Geralt of Riva, who’s a solitary monster hunter struggling to find his place in a world where people often prove wicked than beasts.

The Witcher holds a 66% rating on meta-review site Rotten Tomatoes

Renewed for a second season, Netflix went on to compare The Witcher’s popularity with The Mandalorian on Disney Plus. Netflix further included a Google trend graph revealing the number of searches in the letter, comparing the series to Apple TV’S Morning Show, Disney’s Mandalorian and Amazon’s Prime Jack Reacher.

Renewed for a second season, Netflix went on to compare The Witcher’s popularity with The Mandalorian on Disney Plus

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