Elon Musk liked the new season of The Witcher, Check it Out!

The smart billionaire, Elon Musk obviously has a very busy schedule as he is the CEO of Tesla, SpaceX and working on unimaginable plans for the future. He also makes time to engage with his followers on social media handles like Twitter but along with this, various hobbies also make their way in his schedule.

In an era where people are getting time to accomplish their work and sleep peacefully, Elon Musk has time for everything. He works, joke on Twitter and also read books and watch web series.

Of all the things that make Elon Musk the fun billionaire, one integral component is the web series. He is cool enough to be liked by all. Today Elon Musk presented his review on one of the latest trending Netflix series The Witcher.

A Twitter user named Niche Gamer wrote, “I’m liking the new season of Witcher on Netflix


The fantasy drama series Witcher’s season 2 was released just a week ago on 17th December 2021. It is gaining attention and appreciation from all over the globe. The series is the story of a mutated monster hunter Witcher Gerald trying to live in a wicked world where he finds people ever worse than Beasts.

The first season led to the spreading of addictiveness among the people of the song “Toss a Coin To Your Witcher”, sung by Joey Batey and played by Jaskier in the show.

Now the second season has come with an even more breathtaking song, “Burn, Butcher, Burn”, maybe Jaskier is very pissed at his friend Geralt. The song gives a hurtful spoiler about the story while still hiding the true story.

People are much-anticipated about the series and the billionaire also seems to like the dark series.

Elon Musk replied to the Niche Gamer’s tweet writing, “It’s good”.

It’s a good achievement for the makers because Elon Musk liking a series is a big thing, it will act as a recommendation for his fans and followers.


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