Netflix achieved great success with The Witcher starring Henry Cavill and they are already planning the new season, just as they are getting ready to make more series of this magnificent universe originally created by Andrzej Sapkowski. The prequel they want to make will be called Blood Origin and actor Jason Momoa wants to participate in one of the two series.

Given the enormous popularity of the adaptation that quickly made it one of the largest television series on the planet and one of the most popular Netflix originals, making another series was a logical step.

Blood Origin will only run for six episodes, presumably to see if there is the same appetite for exploring this universe without the presence of Henry Cavill's Geralt of Rivia, with the plot taking place over a thousand years in the past to tell the origin story of the first Witcher. Sounds like the perfect role for Jason Momoa to step in.

Jason Momoa Won't Be Joining The Witcher Universe Until 2022

Most likely, this new series of The Witcher Universe will not be released until 2022 after the second season of the main series can already be seen on the streaming platform. But now the latest reports claim that Blood Origin was in the works long before it was confirmed and that Netflix is ​​already negotiating with Jason Momoa for a key role.

Jason Momoa Join The Witcher Spin-Off Show Blood Origin

As a big fan of The Witcher universe, it seems likely that the actor would be delighted to appear in the spin-off series. He's also close personally to Henry Cavill.

While we don't know at this point what role the Aquaman star might play, but Jason Momoa is no stranger to the fantasy genre, having spent four years as part of the Stargate Atlantis series and played Khal Drogo in the first season of 'Game of Thrones'. Although his schedule is a little tight because he'll have to be in the second season of See and Aquaman 2.

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