After last week's statement announcing the stop of the second season of the adaptation of Netflix di The Witcher due to the presence of some positive cases of Covid-19 within the show, the cast seems to be officially ready to return to the set. According to ComicBook, filming of the highly anticipated second season of The Witcher resumed last year 16st November at Arborfield Studios, UK, after a 10 day break. Although production has resumed, the second season is still a long way from completion, due to the numerous delays and delays due to the health emergency currently underway.
As for the new season of The Witcher, Netflix shared the official synopsis of the new season earlier last month:
Convinced that Yennefer's life was lost in the Battle of Sodden, Geralt of Rivia takes Princess Cirilla to the safest place he knows, his childhood home, Kaer Morhen. As the kings, elves, humans and demons of the Continent fight for supremacy outside its walls, he must protect the girl from something far more dangerous: the mysterious power she possesses within.
The first season of The Witcher, based on the books that inspired the game series of CD Projekt RED, was greeted by audiences and critics alike with rave reviews and astounding viewership numbers. Over the past few weeks, Netflix has offered viewers the chance to get a first look at some photos from the cast, as well as stating that the new season will be much darker than the previous one. We remind you that the second season of The Witcher will see the return to the cast of Henry Cavill in the role of the protagonist Geralt of Rivia, Anya Chalotra in those of Yennefer e Freya Allan in those of Ciri, as well as the introduction of some new characters within the cast.