Netflix tossed one coin and then some more The Witcher fans on Friday revealing key art, premiere date and trailer for Henry Cavill star-studded fantasy-drama’s long-awaited sophomore season.
The streamer collaborated with Cyberpunk and The Witcher develops CD Project Red for the inaugural WitcherCon on Friday, where they unveiled news about the series and video game series, including a new look at The Witcher Season 2.
Season two follows Geralt of Rivia (Cavill), convinced that Yennefer lost his life in the battle of Sodden, who tries to bring Princess Cirilla to the safest place he knows, his childhood home with Kaer Morhen. While the continent̵
The key art is based on the cryptic teaser that Netflix shared in June during its Geeked Week event, which teased Freya Allan’s Ciri, mysterious runes and more.
The journey to production of season two has been a treacherous one The Witcher team. Production west of London stopped in November 2020, after many people involved in the series tested positive for Covid-19. Just a month later, season two came to another stop when Cavill sustained a set injury. Production packed in April.
Finally, The Witcher season 2 is premiered December 17th Lauren Schmidt Hissrich acts as executive producer and showrunner. Tomek Baginski, Jason F. Brown, Sean Daniel, Mike Ostrowski, Steve Gaub and Jarosław Sawko are also executive producers.
Watch key art and the upcoming episode titles below. Watch the trailer above.
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