Netflix's latest Witcher trailer confirms date, has surprisingly little nudity


There is a bathtub, though

The latest trailer for Netflix's The Witcher series has landed and it features surprisingly little nudity. While I wouldn't expect full frontal in a preview or anything, this is a series known for its main character taking his clothes off a lot. We only get a short glimpse of the famous bathtub scene, even! What gives?!

I'm being facetious, but this trailer does give us one solid nugget of info. The Witcher will be hitting the streaming juggernaut on December 20, 2019. That's just in time to binge on Christmas when your in-laws are giving you shit. Ignore your family and take in Henry Cavill's immaculate pecs this holiday.

Put that quote on the website, Netflix!

THE WITCHER | MAIN TRAILER [Netflix via YouTube]

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