8 facts about The Witcher season 2

Season 3 of The Witcher is fast approaching and you are definitely looking forward to it as much as we are! To keep you waiting for the remaining months of waiting, here are 8 things to know about Season 2 of The Witcher

When did the Netflix platform announce Season 2?

The second season was announced on December 13, 2019 on The Witcher’s official Twitter account, a month before the release of the first season. Netflix, forewarned, knew in advance that a season wouldn’t be enough to tell the story of the many characters that punctuated the saga. So we already knew the series was here to stay.

When can you watch season 2 of The Witcher?

You will get to watch the series of Geralt de Rive, Yennefer and Siri Adventures from December 17th, 2021 at 9:01 am on the Netflix platform, French time.
In fact, Season 2 is long overdue and will be released almost 2 years after the first season, still lauded by over 76 million viewers! Although understanding fans’ impatience, the director wanted filming to proceed at a more leisurely and cautious pace, partly due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Filming for 2020 has indeed been heavily postponed, even being put on hold for a few weeks. Normal filming will not resume until mid-August after a drop in the number of cases.

Who is behind the making of The Witcher Season 2?

As in the first season, Lauren Schmidt Heisrich has returned to direct The Witcher Season 2, though not the sole director. Her name might speak to some, as she’s actually the stamp behind the making of other series on Netflix. We especially find them on the list in Daredevil and The Defenders.

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How many episodes are expected for The Witcher season 2?

The second season of The Witcher, like the first, has a total of eight episodes. Of course, we would like even more! However, it remains to be seen in what order this Season 2 will air. In fact, the first season had sought some clarifications from Netflix so as to answer the questions of the general public regarding the sequence of viewing. More than one was left confused, even more so, by not knowing the functions at the core of the series.

What is the cast of season 2 made up of?

The main cast is similar to the first season. We find Henry Cavill (Geralt de Rive), Anya Chalotra (Yenefer) and Freya Allen (Siri). We’ll also find Joy Bate (Jaskier) contented with a new period tour, Anna Schaefer (Tris Marigold) as a mage, and Eamon Farren (Cahir) as the head of the Nilfgaard army. We’ll also discover three new witches camped out by Basil Eidenbenz, who will play Eskel, Kim Bodnia, who will play Wesemir, and Joel will play Adria Heimrich.

What is the trailer about and where can I watch it?

The long-awaited trailer for Season 2 of The Witcher and is available to watch on all video platforms from July 9, 2021.

We speculate that, among other things, there is a connection between Geralt and Ciri, as well as their arrival at Kyle Morhan, a fortress harboring other witches (besides Lambert and Vesemir). So it would make sense for us to look at Siri’s combat training this season.

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Where was season 2 filmed?

Filming for this season will have primarily taken place in Eastern Europe, particularly Slovakia and the Czech Republic. Some scenes were reportedly also filmed in the UK, although according to director Lauren Schmidt Heisrich, Eastern Europe is the perfect place to lend its setting and atmosphere to The Witcher.

What is The Witcher Season 2 about?

spoiler ALERT!

Reading this synopsis provided by Netflix can reveal elements of its history plot and track that might spoil your search for this second part! read accordingly.

The synopsis, as reported by Netflix, reads: “Assuming that Yennefer died at the Battle of Sordon, Geralt of Rivia takes Princess Siri to the safest place he knows, her childhood in Kayer Moren.” When the continent’s kings, elves, humans and demons fight for supremacy outside the city walls, they must save this young girl from something more dangerous: the mysterious power she possesses.”

Now you are armed to wait till the release date of December 17th, 2021. If that wait is too long, you can always look into novelist Andrzej Sapkowski’s The Witcher novels of Sage or the series of adapted video games if reading isn’t your quality!

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