Whoops! Netflix has hyped up fans after revealing how many sleeps were left until some much-anticipated shows, including the hugely popular End of the F- World and Henry Cavill's new fantasy series, The Witcher. However, the tweet was clearly premature as it was soon deleted after being posted – but not before eagle-eyed fans managed to grab screenshots of the exciting airdates!
Netflix deleted the post shortly afterwards
According to the now-deleted tweet, The Witcher will land on Netflix on December 17, while End of the F- World is set to be released on 5 November (though may air on Channel 4 ahead of Netflix). The tweet also revealed that the popular show You, which follows a stalker named Joe as he becomes obsessed with his victim, a young woman called Beck, will return on 30 December. Of course, these dates are subject to change – but we're excited to hear that shows are nearly on our screens!
End of the F- World is tipped to return in November
Chatting about how much he wanted to star in the adaptation of The Witcher, Henry Cavill previously told Entertainment Tonight: "When I heard they were making The Witcher, I obviously was incredibly excited, and I annoyed the living daylights out of my agents. I called them every day and said, 'Guys, now? Meeting now? How 'bout now?' And they eventually said, 'Look, they've brought on a showrunner, and we've called them, and they said, 'Look, we're not even close to that process yet,' and I kept on pushing, pushing, pushing, and eventually I think Netflix just got tired."
Henry Cavill will star in The Witcher
Speaking about adapting the book, he told IGN: "It's tough, there's always going to be someone… who will have a different idea – that's the beauty of adapting a book. Everyone has their own mental imagery of what a character looks like or how they behave or what they sound like."