News culture The Witcher (Netflix): Season 2 takes a new step
After a successful first season in which sales of The Witcher 3 were resumed, the Netflix-produced series The Witcher will soon have a second season. Today we learn that production has reached a new stage.
The shooting of season 2 of The Witcher could be ended despite postponements, injuries and line-up changes. Lauren S. Hissrich, who heads the project, announced this in the early afternoon The new season had entered post-production
Back in London. Back in the (small, dark, noisy) rooms where it happens. That’s right, we’re deep into post-production #The witcher S2, and I’m so damn excited. ❤️⚔️🐺
– Lauren S. Hissrich (@LHissrich) May 10, 2021
Back to London. Back to the (small, dark, noisy rooms) where this happens. That’s right, we’re in the post-production of The Witcher S2 and I’m really, really excited.
In late April, Netflix CEO Ted Sarandos returned for Deadlines on the health situation and its consequences for the production of series by declaring:
Many projects that are scheduled to be published earlier this year have been postponed due to the Covid. The second half of 2021 should be a lot more interesting, especially the fourth quarter, as new seasons of our hit shows like The Witcher, You and Cobra Kai are coming out.
This new season promises to be much more linear, now that the characters have been introduced into Adrzej Sapkowski’s short story style. We’ll find Henry Cavill as Geralt, Kim Bodnia as Vesemir, while Lambert and Eskel will be played by Paul Bullion and Basil Eidenbenz, respectively, while Kristofer Hivju Nivellen and Fabienne Ross will play Lydia.
By MalloDelic, Journalist igamesnews.com