The Witcher made its long-awaited debut in Netflix in December 2019 and, without doubt, fans are already waiting to see what’s up with season 2. Based on Andrzej Sapkowski’s collection of novels and short stories, The Witcher gave Henry Cavill a whole new face, debuted his unbelievably beautiful tune about monster-hunting and modern renovation. Read more about what we know about The Witcher Season 2 so far!
How easily do you prepare for your witcher’s coin? How will the Witcher Season 2 capture the cliffhanger after the 1st season? Will the wig of Henry Cavill be white? Many clues about where the Netflix series will go next are already available, and it’s never too early to plan for another ride on the Witcher’s continent.
When Will ‘The Witcher’ Season 2 Release On Netflix?
No premiere date has yet been announced for The Witcher Season 2. In other words, Lauren Schmidt Hissrich, the Witcher showrunner announced that while there is still no launch date of Season 2, the first window is 2021. Fans have something to do while that’s a vast range.
Lauren Schmidt Hissrich, who had a great response to some feedback for The Witcher Season 1, indicated that filming would begin in spring 2020. Combined with Henry Cavill’s announcement that The Witcher Season 2 already begins preproduction in January 2020, this represents a good indication as soon as possible of a premiere in 2021.
Who Would Be In The Cast Of ‘The Witcher’ Season 2?
When Henry Cavill campaigned and then won the role of Geralt of Rivia, the Witcher got a big name as a star. Known for his role in Man of Steel, Batman v Superman, and the Justice League, Cavill went all out and was almost blinded to The Witcher and on a “miserable” dehydration diet.
Relative newcomers Anya Chalotra and Freya Allan play both Yennefer and Ciri. It’s safe to say they’re all back in Season 2, with Joey Batey as Bard Jaskier, Anna Shaffer as sorceress Triss Merigold, MyAnna Buring as Tissaia de Vries, and Mahesh Jadu as sorcerer Vilgefortz, based on the reports.
What Would Be The Plot Of ‘The Witcher’ Season 2?
The Witcher of Netflix follows the monster-hunting witcher of Rivia, the sorcerer Yennefer, and the reigning princess Ciri. Geralt and Yennefer met and began their tumultuous love story in Season 1, but until the very end, neither Ciri met. Geralt nevertheless knew that she had been his “destiny,” as he demanded from her father that the surprising law had the unintended effect of binding Geralt and Ciri before she was even born. Yennefer was in the meantime on a continuous mission to find a way to take children after her womb was removed.
For what will happen next, we should turn to the pages. Season 2 is supposed to dive into the events of Andrzej Sapkowsky’s first novel, Blood of Elves. Season 1 did not exactly follow the original content. Still, Witcher Season 2 will discuss Geralt’s effort to protect Ciri, to immerse herself in her mysterious powers, and to combine Yennefer with the threat of Nilfgaard. At the same time, the politics of the sorcerers of the Continent become increasingly difficult.
Is There A Trailer Of The Witcher Season 2?
Sadly for The Witcher Season 2, Netflix has not released yet any trailer, but we can guess if we can look first. Star Henry Cavil shared a video on Instagram early in January, showing viewers should not rely on any trailers too long because the series enters pre-production in Season 2. That said, on July 19, 2019, the first teaser for The Witcher was released almost exactly five months before the Netflix premiere. The main trailer then launched on Halloween a few months later, and the full complete trailer hit the web on 12 December.
If the Witcher Season 2 follows the same timeline, then five months before the premiere, the first teaser can be released. The first Season 1 teaser released during San Diego Comic-Con in 2019, so new footage can be released in July 2020 if The Witcher is again present in the SDCC. It probably depends on the date of the premiere.