Freya Allan Champions ‘The Witcher’ as the Sci-Fi/Fantasy Show of the Year in People’s Choice Awards Bid

Published 01/11/2024, 9:22 PM EST

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In the wake of the Screen Actors Guild unveiling their nominations, the People’s Choice Awards have swiftly followed suit, revealing the contenders for their upcoming 2024 ceremony. The onset of the awards season signals a dynamic shift in pop culture phenomenons, providing a platform for fans to make their voices heard across vast categories. As Hollywood’s glitterati continue to champion their movies, TV shows, and roles, the charismatic Ryan Reynolds has been a prominent advocate.

Now, adding a touch of enchantment to the mix, Freya Allan, known for her role as Ciri in The Witcher, beckons fans to wield their voting power and propel the show to victory in the coveted category.

The sorceress of success from The Witcher calls upon fans

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After the glamor of the Golden Globes faded away, the spotlight now shifts to the upcoming People’s Choice Awards, set to blaze on February 18th. Simu Liu will take the reins as the host. This year’s extravaganza boasts an expanded lineup of 45 categories, promising a diverse celebration of excellence in various realms. Amidst the stars, Taylor Swift commands a formidable presence, yet the battle for the best sci-fi/fantasy genre intensifies, with Allan taking center stage. In a savvy move, Allan, through her Instagram story, rallied fans with a battle cry, urging them to cast their votes for The Witcher.

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The actress also left a digital trail to the voting link. As the clock ticks down until January 19th, the arena is set for a showdown, pitting the mystical world of The Witcher against contenders like Ahsoka, American Horror Story: Delicate, Black Mirror, Ghosts, Loki, Secret Invasion, and The Mandalorian. The virtual ballots are open. Also, fans hold the power to shape the destiny of their beloved shows in this thrilling quest for the ultimate accolade.

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Allan seems to have caught the acting bug from her mega-show role, proving that lightning can indeed strike twice. Her forthcoming movie role unmistakably mirrors the essence of her iconic character, Ciri. Furthermore, leaving audiences in awe of her seamless transition from the small screen to the silver screen.

Ciri’s magic in Allan’s upcoming flick

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Freya Allan is all set to step into the spotlight once again. This time she will be gracing the highly anticipated Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes. The 2023 teaser trailer with 100 million views, tantalizes fans with a glimpse into Allan’s character, weaving a tale that seems to echo the magic she brought to her iconic Witcher role. From the realms of fantasy to the cinematic universe of evolved apes, Allan’s journey continues. More so, it leaves audiences intrigued about the parallels between her roles.

As the teaser unfolds, it introduces Owen Teague as Noa. He is a radically evolved ape on a transformative odyssey through a world reshaped by previous ape-centric narratives. Amidst the primitive struggles of surviving humans and dominant ape species, Allan’s character emerges from the shadows. Moreover, it draws parallels to her The Witcher persona. Noa, embodying an unexpected guardian role, sets the stage for a mysterious alliance, reminiscent of Allan’s previous on-screen dynamics.

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Will you vote for The Witcher for the People’s Choice Awards 2024? Let us know in the comments below.

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Riva Khan

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Riva Khan is an entertainment reporter at NetflixJunkie. Given her love for the language and writing, she has honed her narrative skills from a young age. She loves her latest tea in Hollywood and keeps an eye on the news.

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