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After the success of the first season of The Witcher, Netflix did not take long to start shooting the second season, a shoot that has been marked by the pandemic and that forced this season to be delayed on multiple occasions either due to impediments from the authorities, infections between the staff or because Henry Cavill was injured during one of the recordings.
Today it was revealed that the second season has finished its recordings, and it was through one of the series’ makeup managers, Jacqueline Rathore, who posted on her Instagram account that the filming has come to an end and its phase has begun. production and post-production to reach Netflix.
She then added in the following Insta story: “Actually, that’s a lie. Tomorrow [April 1] is an official movie, but WE ARE DONE. ”
They fell in love with the second series shortly after the first series crashed onto Netflix with great excitement.
However, like everyone else, things came to a standstill when the coronavirus pandemic made things impossible.
In August, they managed to get the green light to resume filming, and in November, Cavill announced that filming was to move to a studio before the second lockdown in England, where filming was taking place.
After a week of that, production had to stop again after an outbreak on the set and several positive tests for Covid-19 brought things to a halt.
The road was bumpy, to say the least.
Notwithstanding, there is a ton to anticipate.
For now, Netflix has not revealed a release date for this second season of The Witcher, but the renewal for a third season is expected to be confirmed very soon. In the meantime, what we do know is that the season will begin with Geralt taking Ciri to Kaer Morhen, the warlock fortress, to protect her from those who persecute her. For its part, Netflix is also working on The Witcher: Blood Origin, a spin-off prequel to the Warlock Geralt series that will take us 1,200 years back and explore when the principal warlock was made.