Netflix has announced the official launch of The Witcher’s second season. While the new season is said to be on air in 2021, no exact date has yet been specified. In the second season, many new characters will meet the audience.
Good news came to fans from Netflix’s popular drama The Witcher, released in December 2019. With the announcement made by Netflix, it was stated that the shooting of the second season of the series began and new players took part in the cast.
In the new season, which will be released in 2021, the audience will meet Henry Cavill for the role of Geralt, Anya Chalotra for the wizard Yennefer, Joey Batey for the role of Ciri and Joey Batey for the role of Ciri. In addition to these, names like MyAnna Buring, Tom Canton, Lilly Cooper, Jeremy Crawford, Eamon Farren will also be in the second season, just like in the first season.
Mads Mikkelsen will not be in The Witcher’s Second Season
Good news is given to the audience who enjoy Geralt’s wars with various monsters he encountered in the first season. In the second season, these struggles will again take place. The creator of the series, Lauren S. Hissrich, also referred to the Nilfgaardian armor. Nilfgaardian armor, which makes the audience wonder before the first season is released, will be viewed from a different perspective in the second season.
Among the players to take part in the second season; The Danish Girl as Yasen Atour ‘Coen’ from Young Wallender, Agnes Bjorn as ‘Vereena’, Paul Bullion ‘Lambert’ from Peaky Blinders, Thue Ersted Rasmussen ‘Eskel’ in Fast and Furious 9, The Danish Girl Aisha Fabienne Ross from the movie will be in front of the audience with the role of “Lydia”, Kristofer Hivju from Game of Thrones and the role of “Nivellen” and Mecia Simson as “Francesca”.
An offer was made to Michael Keaton and Mads Mikkelsen for the role of ‘Vesemir’, which will be included in the second season of the series, but with these players are not understood. Also the role is offered to Mark Hamill.
Stephen Surjik will run the first two episodes of the second season, Sarah O’Gorman the third and fourth episodes, Ed Bazalgette the fifth and eighth episodes, and Geeta Patel the sixth and seventh episodes. The Witcher’s second season footage will continue until august.