Netflix’s popular show The Witcher has been confirmed for its season two. Not only that, but showrunner Lauren Hissrich has also considered the future of the series beyond season 2. Here is we are going to tell you the release date of the upcoming season of the show.
Netflix’s response to Game of Thrones was granted an early green light for a second series onward of the first season’s opening in December 2019.
When will we get the second season of The Witcher on Netflix?
Lauren S. Hissrich first declared the come back of the show and main characters on 13th November 2019, over a month before the opening of 1st season.
Hissrich revealed while speaking to IGN regarding a late 2020 release but then changer her plan, telling, ‘The fact is, The Witcher is a tremendous show, and it takes a long time, and we understood that in Season 1 we were smashing down lots of the post-production process.’
‘And we need to make sure that everyone on our crew gets the time to do their work and do it to the best of their talent. So we are making sure we have a lot of built-in rest time for Season 2, so we do not devour anything in at the last moment.’
In the past, Hissrich had stated: ‘The scriptwriting process takes around 20 weeks, all in.’
‘Now, what appears following that 20 weeks is, we have a plan of all of the episodes. But then you begin to look back, and you have to leave room in the writing process for essential things to appear.’
If you can not wait much, you could hear to Netflix’s former The Witcher behind-the-scenes podcast, where you can get members of the cast and crew – including Anya Chalotra’s Yennefer – report about what went down during shooting and what could have been. Giving season 2 has the same success as the first series, there could be a lot more in reserve for Geralt and his crew.
The second season The Witcher: Cast
Henry Cavill will come back as so-called Witcher Geralt of Rivia, with Freya Allan (The War of The Worlds) as the forecasted Princess Ciri.
Anya Chalotra will perform sorceress and love interest Yennefer and Jodhi May will see again as Queen Calanthe.
The Witcher’s struggle choreographer Vladimír Furdík, who performed the Night King in Game of Thrones, would not come back for season 2.
Hissrich said, ‘What is fabulous is that we have now fixed all of the dominos for the world, right?’