The second season of The Witcher is just around the corner! The successful Netflix series that premiered a year ago, prepares the continuation of its story with a production that had various inconveniences due to the coronavirus pandemic. With the filming advanced, his return is closer than ever. Review everything you need to know about the highly anticipated release!
The program starring Henry Cavill was among those most affected by the Covid-19 outbreak, which was a stone in the shoe for the audiovisual industry throughout 2020. He first had to suspend the recording in February due to the positive of Kristofer Hivju, when he returned In August he encountered another strict quarantine in November that forced him to stop again until December 2, and to top it off days later, more cases of contagion were confirmed in the staff.
Also, when production returned after the lockdown stipulated by the British Government, Cavill had an accident while filming and had to stay out of the recordings again. The imponderables logically delayed all the work of a series that had its second part scheduled for 2020.
What will the second season of The Witcher be about?
The story will pick up on the expected meeting between Geralt and Ciri. Its creator Lauren Schmidt Hissrich announced on Reddit that Geralt, Ciri, and Yennefer will inhabit the same timeline in the new chapters. Also, he said that Freya Allan’s character will be at the center of the scene after escaping for her life in the first part. Although the long-awaited official trailer does not yet exist, the series recently shared its first images.
What actors will join the second season of The Witcher?
The second season of The Witcher will have several additions. Kim Bodnia will play Vesemir, Kristofer Hivju will play Nivellen, Yasen Atour will play Coen, Agnes Bjorn will play Vereena, Paul Bullion will play Lambert, Mecia Simson will play Francesca and Aisha Fabienne Ross will play Lydia. Also, in recent days it was confirmed that Rebecca Hanssen, Millie Bobby Brown’s double in Enola Holmes, will be added as Queen Meve of Lyria and Rivia.
When is the premiere of the second season of The Witcher?
Hissrich recently said that there is still no confirmed release date, but said it is “planned for 2021”. Although it is speculated that the new episodes will be in the middle of the year, the truth is that everything will depend on the progress of the filming and that they do not suffer more setbacks.