Reunion with Ciri: first (and enigmatic) preview of the second season of 'the Witcher'

A couple of months ago the filming of the second season of The Witcher, after an arduous process that included injuries to actors and several stoppages derived from the coronavirus crisis. Netflix’s star series is currently in post-production and there are not many details that have emerged about the new adventures of Geralt of Rivia, although this week we have learned of the imminence of WitcherCon. This event, to be held next July 9th, will be entirely devoted to the character of Andrzej Sapkowski and the different adaptations it has had in the media, highlighting on its own merits the fiction starring Henry Cavill.

The Witcher managed to match both the original books and the celebrated CD Projekt Red video games in its first season, hence there is considerable hype towards the new episodes. Culminating a Geeked Week where the new anime series of Zack Snyder, service streaming has published the first advance of the second season, very brief but with a predisposition to be examined with a magnifying glass. Centered on Ciri, the character of Freya Allan, the teaser It barely lasts 12 seconds but has time to launch several very suggestive plans, as well as a message in runes that will be bringing fans headfirst.

Along with Allan, Cavill will also return as Geralt and Anya Chalotra playing Yennefer, while Netflix continues to fine-tune new approaches to Sapkowski’s universe. So things, beyond The Witcher an animated film and live action prequel titled The Witcher: Blood Origin. None of these has a release date, nor does the second season of The Witcher (It is understood that we will see it at the end of the year), but it is possible that during the next WitcherCon new details of these works will be given.

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