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Jumping Into the Witcher Netflix Series? Here Are 4 Things You Should Know First

Andrew M writes: “The Witcher has finally made its way to Netflix. If the series is brand new to you, then we've got everything you'l need to know before jumping into it.”

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TheScotsman1662d ago

Was a great series, high production values and good reference to the game but not so much it's cheesy, good special affects and running story and set up well for the second series

McMahonme71657d ago

The perfect blend of originality and devotion to the source material imo.

Hroach6161661d ago

As a MASSIVE fan of the books and games, I gotta say they did a great job with the series. Best tv I’ve seen in a while. Everyone does a fantastic job in front and behind the camera.

McMahonme71657d ago

I appreciate the adaptation so much as a book reader. While there is some filler that could be done without, pretty much everything that was covered was done so excellently.

level 3601661d ago (Edited 1661d ago )

Played the game for only a short time. I don't see anything on the series that was based off the game and if any, it's very minor.
Just finished watching the series. The story builds up really well with the introduction of the main characters and supporting ones, their inter-connections and also the magical monsters along the way.
it's very enjoyable and will be waiting in anticipation for the next. Good stuff.

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The Boyfriend Episodes 1-3 Review: Slow Burning Game of Push and Pull - Filmzzine

The Boyfriend Episodes 1-3 Review: The Japanese dating reality show follows a group of men who must forge new connection while living together.

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Little Deaths (2024) – Written Review

In “Little Deaths,” we watch the ebb and flow of a relationship plagued by a disease that doesn’t cause a lockdown but certainly puts immense stress on a delicate relationship.

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The Boys Season 4, Episodes 1-3 Review | Episode 68

The Boys has returned to Amazon Prime Video, with the first three episodes of season four. Based on Garth Ennis’ wonderful and over-the-top comics, the TV adaptation of The Boys has been modernized to reflect the current political divide in America. In addition to scathing social commentary, expect ridiculous action, sharp humor, and moments that will make your jaw drop.

RPadTV host Raymond Padilla is a huge fan of the comics and the show. Naturally, he wanted to chat about the first three episodes of The Boys Season 4 with some fellow nerds. Joining him for a Compound V-infused chat are Turtle Beach’s MacLean Marshall and Revisiting the Mania’s Carlos Torres.

The three amigos talk about what they liked and didn’t like about The Boys Season 4 episodes 1-3, as well as what they want and expect from the reason of the season. They’ll discuss their favorite scenes (Vought On Ice!!!), interesting character developments, the review bombs that have been launched at The Boys Season 4, and more.

beerhound21d ago

Love the comics, need to watch this show.