Popular series The Witcher has only eight episodes that remained only for a short time on the streaming service. Here is the list of top best shows to binge-watch once you are done with it.
Maybe The Witcher was not one of the most expected Netflix shows ever made, though, once the streaming service ultimately released the series to its extensive viewership it became immediately apparent that it was one of the most extensively liked shows that the service had ever produced.
The series ‘Supernatural’ might not look like it has much in common with The Witcher on the surface. Still, anyone who has enjoyed the exploits of Geralt as he walked the country would surely enjoy the spiritual journeys of Sam and Dean Winchester on Supernatural.
If we talk about the show ‘Vikings,’ so it is an excellent and different show in the knowledge that it mixes the fantasy world with reality. The show is expected to be about the real Vikings, a people who historically existed in Scandinavia and who are now fabulous for their warrior souls.
3. The Dark Crystal: Age Of Resistance
Getting good high fantasy production is much more complicated than it should be, and while a show about creatures doesn’t look like it could satisfy the typical top fantasy fan, The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance is as ridiculous as the original movie.
4. The Mandalorian
If you were to swap a fantasy setting for a space setting, then The Witcher and The Mandalorian would have a very remarkable similarity to one another.
Din Djarin, the so-called Mando of the show, is a mysterious lone killer who makes his existence rambling the galaxy and getting paid to bring in inmates that no other bounty shooter can catch. Still, everything changes once he gets a gifted kid that is the target of an intergalactic search. Or Yoda-hunt.
5. Game Of Thrones
The response to the end of the iconic series Game of Thrones was contrary, to state the least, and many people who have liked The Witcher have gone as far as to say that The Witcher is what Game of Thrones should have been.
6. The Tudors
The show The Tudors is an excellent choice for any fan of The Witcher. It’s an interesting fictionalised version of one of the most popular periods in English history.
7. The Last Kingdom
However The Witcher is an honest high fantasy story, admittedly, the series setting and plot borrows much from real-world history. And the show The Last Kingdom happens in a visually similar background, and it is the story of the endless struggle between the Anglo-Saxons and the Danes in the 800’s time in the United Kingdom.
8. Black Sails
Robert Louis Stevenson is best identified for his iconic story Treasure Island, and the TV series Black Sails is expected to be a prequel to that familiar novel.
Though this criminal story is not just child’s play, the federal intrigue, thrills, and adventure are created to entertain adult viewers.