“The Witcher” is a drama fantasy Web series on Netflix shot in the UK. The first season was released in December 2020 and within 4 weeks gained about 76 million views. It is the second most-watched series of Netflix this year. The creators have now confirmed to release The Witcher prequel “Witcher: Bloodline” past 2021. Exciting news!!! We know!!
Filming of The Witcher’s Season 2 to continue into 2021.
Filming of The Witcher Season 2 is currently planned to last until February 2021. As you will remember, filming will resume on August 17 this year. Wrapping up by February 2021….(1/2)#TheWitcher #Thewitcher2 pic.twitter.com/66bFaX94MY
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Let’s meet the team.
Declan de Barra is going to be the showrunner while Lauren Schmidt Hissrich remains as the executive producer. Andrzej Sapkowski will also serve in the team as a creative consultant on the series. Moreover, Jason Brown, Sean Daniel, Tomek Baginski, and Jarek Sawko will also play a part as the executive producers.
The main characters of the original cast of the first season will be seen in the second season as well. We will also see Yasen Atour, Agnes Bjorn, Paul Bullion, Thue Ersted Rasmussen, Aisha Fabienne Ross, Mecia Simson, and Kim Bodnia as Vesemir in the star cast.
The season two storyline.
The story of The Witcher prequel is based 1200 years ago, in the time of the Elvian Civilization. It will cover the origins of the first witcher ever, in 6 parts. According to the producers, they have tried to keep the story and timeline more straightforward and tight compared to the first season. The viewers will get answers to many unanswered questions from season one.
In January 2020, Netflix announced an animated spin-off film titled “The Witcher: Nightmare Of The Wolf“, focusing on the origin story of Geralt’s mentor and fellow Witcher Vesemir. For the sake of our readers, who have not read the books yet, we won’t give any spoilers. But we can say that they are also going to show various other truths and twists from the books. One of the most interesting things is that they are going to give their viewers a more deadly devil. So at least we are sure of the action.
The Witcher prequel is worth a wait.
We all can’t wait for the second season to release. Though it is a year away, this show is worth the wait. It is only rising the level of anticipation in fans and producers are extremely happy with it. For the ones who have not seen the first season yet, there is plenty of time to catch up, so get watching.
As for now, that’s all. Keep checking and we will provide you with further updates regarding the dates and story and what’s happening backstage.
Toss a coin to your Witcher !!!