The Witcher Season 2 has resumed filming and Henry Cavill has published photographs on Instagram carrying a Geralt wig. Everything is fine in the world, except, you know, everything else.
However, the new episodes of Netflix’s fantasy drama are still far from a long wait, and the appetite for more Geralt-based content cannot be known from The Witcher books and games alone. To assist mitigate this, the streaming carrier nowadays launched a brand new 32-minute unique referred to as Making the Witcher.
The expected release date of The Witcher season 2:
There is no confirmed release date for this Witcher season two yet, but due to the logistical challenges caused by the COVID-19 epidemic, RadioTimes.com predicts that the series will not return until 2021.
Due to the outbreak of the disease, the producers suspended filming for five months between March and August, so they would have something to capture before confirming the final release date.
The production status of The Witcher season 2:
Production on the second season of Witch began in February 2020, Netflix confirmed.
I’m dusting off my lute and quill,
I have some news, some mead to spill:
After all the months we’ve been apart
It’s time for production to restart.
The Witcher and his bard – who’s flawless,
Will reunite on set 17 August.
— The Witcher (@witchernetflix) June 22, 2020
The book on which second season is based on:
Netflix hasn’t announced that much, but with all the characters at the end of season one, season 2 is likely to come out of the next book, which is Blood of Elves, officially the first book in The Witcher Saga. You can think of season 1 as almost a prequel series, while in season 2 we’ll finally get the ball rolling with Giri and her mighty screams.