Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Netflix's The Witcher Season 2 Confirmed

Netflix has ordered Season 2 for their upcoming fantasy drama TV show The Witcher, arriving on 2021.

Back in July 2019, subscription-based streaming service Netflix officially revealed first teaser trailer for The Witcher live-action TV series at San Diego Comic-Con panel, which is currently set to premiere on December 20, 2019.

Lately, the popular streaming giant confirmed getting a second season of this upcoming fantasy drama and according to official sources; Season 2 will begin production at London next year for a total of 8 episodes to debut on 2021.

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Netflix's The Witcher Season 2 Confirmed

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Showrunner Lauren Schmidt Hissrich has expressed her excitement of already getting confirmation of a new season before the first could even arrive on Netflix for fans to enjoy and plans on telling more stories of The Continent.

Hissrich also states that she already has planned through seven season of The Witcher TV Series if they are renewed by the streaming platform. Currently, she is mainly focused on story setting that will confine an audience to their show.

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Recently, Netflix has taken their sci-fi and fantasy Twitter account NX to confirm Season 2 for The Witcher.


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The announcement features an image of twin swords that belongs to protagonist Geralt to tease Season 2. His horse Roach carries the silver sword that is used to slay magical beings and he wields the steel sword to kill human enemies.

Having a popular superstar like British actor Henry Cavill (Justice League, Man of Steel) on board might have helped The Witcher secure a second season. Cavill would very much likely to continue in future for as many seasons as Netflix wants.

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VFX supervisor Julian Parry claims that the show focuses more on horror aspects than fantasy in a grounded way. Among many of their original shows, Netflix is anticipating for the show to become one of their biggest releases of 2019.

Netflix's The Witcher is based on series of fantasy novels by Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski and stars actor Henry Cavill in lead role Geralt of Rivia, who is a professional monster-slayer powered by experimental mutagens.