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The Witcher's dark fantasy series returns after a one-month break with its signature political intrigue and sword-slashing violence

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Netflix's decision to split The Witcher Season 3 into two parts, like Stranger Things Season 4

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Henry Cavill's announcement of his departure after Season 3 sparks prolonged discussions about his character's journey and the impact on the show's appeal

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The final stretch of episodes quickly delves into action, making episode 6 feel more like a season finale than a midseason build-up

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The Aretuza event, shrouded in secrecy by Netflix, culminates in the introduction of The Witcher's latest major villain

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Season 3's adaptation of "Time of Contempt" shifts the focus from monster-slaying to a mounting war among the kingdoms of the Continent

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Episode 6 may not be the best entry point for viewers, as it lacks the action-packed battles seen in previous seasons

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Cavill's "heroic send-off" attempts to bring his character's journey full circle

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The Witcher Season 3 strikes a balance between following Sapkowski's original vision

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Despite its ups and downs, The Witcher remains a compelling series with a devoted fan