No need to fret, Netflix has announced the season premieres of The Witcher (2019-), You (2018-), and Cobra Kai (2018-) for later this year.
Delay Due to Covid-19
The production of all three series have been delayed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Ted Sarandos of Netflix stated to Deadline,
"What happened in the first part of this year was that a lot of the projects that we'd hoped to come out earlier did get pushed because of the post-production delays and COVID delays and we think we'll get back to a much steadier state in the back half of the year."
'The Witcher' Returns for a Second Season
Netflix's The Witcher starring Henry Cavill follows Geralt of Rivia through the tribulations of life with fellow humans. The Witcher made history during its season one premiere in December 2019 becoming Netflix's biggest opening season in history.
The series' social media accounts have announced the wrapping of season two production with fans rejoicing everywhere. While there isn't an official release date, fans have been promised a 2021 season two premiere.
Season Three of 'You'
The hit thriller You is joining The Witcher with a 2021 premiere. While no date is official, production is still rolling and additions to the cast have been announced.
Joining star Penn Badgley is The 100's (2014-2020) Tati Gabrielle, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (2015-2019) star Scott Michael Foster, and Into the Grizzly Maze (2015) actress Michaela McManus.
Kicking Into 'Cobra Kai' Season Four
The highly anticipated fourth season of Cobra Kai is set to come out later this year as well. The Karate Kid (1984) spin-off follows Danny LaRusso's (Ralph Macchio) daughter Sam (Mary Mouser) and her issues in love and karate.
No official air dates for any of the three series have been announced at the moment. All three's previous seasons are available for view on Netflix now.
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