Season 2 of The Witcher , the expected series on Netflix and inspired by the novels of Andrzej Sapkowski, is finally coming.
The show from which CD Projekt RED’s fantasy masterpiece was also based will continue the story of Geralt of Rivia, played by Henry Cavill.
Now that filming has finished (so much so that we also have a release window), the production team is in London to work on post-production for Season 2.
For the occasion, as also reported by GameSpot , showrunner Lauren S. Hissrich spoke on Twitter em> about the fact that Season 2 of the series is nearing the finish line and that is going to be really sensational :
Back in London. Back in the (small dark loud) rooms where it happens. That’s right, we’re deep into post-production on #TheWitcher S2, and I’m so fucking excited. ❤️⚔️????
– Lauren S. Hissrich (@LHissrich) May 10, 2021
Back in London. Back in the rooms (small and dark) where everything comes to life. That’s right, we’re immersed in the post-production of The Witcher Season 2 , and I’m so fucking excited.
At the moment we don’t know how and in what way the series will try to replicate the success of the first season.
The only certain thing is that many of the characters seen in the original cycle of episodes will return, including Ciri (played by Freya Allan), who promises to make a significant leap in quality.
But that’s not all: The Witcher will also return in a prequel series set many years before the original show.
Also read: The Witcher 4 will be done? Here’s what we know about the new chapter in the series
Finally, we remind you that the animated film dedicated to the character Vesemir, mentor of Geralt of Rivia both in the novels and in the original video game, is also in the works.
In the cast of the second season, expected at the end of 2021, we will also find Anya Chalotra in the role of Yennefer, MyAnna Buring in the role of Tissaia, Mimi Ndiweni as Fringilla, Therica Wilson-Read as Sabrina and Millie Brady like Renfri.
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