Netflix has released a new “The Witcher” season 2 teaser video, which shows the main protagonist Henry Cavill as, Geralt of Rivia, for the first time. The series is based on the same-named novel by Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski and follows Geralt as he journeys over the medieval continent known as The Continent, fighting otherworldly opponents. CD Projekt Red‘s critically acclaimed video game series based on the novels initially brought the property to the attention of American consumers in the late 2000s.

After a lukewarm response to the novel’s film and TV adaptations in Poland, Netflix began work on a new Witcher as a movie before an executive at the streaming company pushed for a series instead. With Cavill’s addition in late 2018, the show debuted to positive reviews and high viewership in late 2019, soon securing a season 2 order as well as the animated spin-off feature “Nightmare of the Wolf” and the live-action prequel limited series “Blood Origin” for Netflix.

Henry Cavill's on-set injury and COVID-19-related production delays, the following episode was finally completed in April
Henry Cavill’s Geralt of Rivia is shown in “The Witcher” season 2 teaser video. Source: Pinterest

Despite being impeded by Cavill’s on-set injury and COVID-19-related production delays, the following episode was finally completed in April, and the streaming platform is ramping up anticipation for its release. The series follows a spectacular cast of talented actors like Anya Chalotra, Freya Allan, Joey Batey, and many more.

Netflix has released a new The Witcher season 2 teaser trailer, after the announcement of a unique virtual convention co-hosted with CD Projekt Red. The first sight at Cavill’s Geralt is hidden behind cryptic flashes of the dangers to come for the character.

This isn’t the first teaser the streaming site has posted for the long-awaited season 2, but it’s the one that’s most likely to get fans excited about Henry Cavill‘s Geralt’s return. Plot details about what to expect from the second chapter are still being kept under wraps, However, Witcher showrunner Lauren Schmidt Hissrich has already indicated that the many characters will have more interactions with one another than the nonlinear storytelling season 1 featured.

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Season 2 will most likely begin to delve into the main storyline now that the characters and universe have been fully established through the adaptation of short stories set before the mainline novels. With that said, fans will have to wait a little longer to discover more about The Witcher season 2.

Those who have followed both forms of the material won’t have to wait long to discover what the future holds for the property, as the unique WitcherCon event Netflix and CD Projekt Red are throwing this July promises to provide exclusive surprises for both the series and video game franchise. Season 2 of The Witcher is set to air on Netflix later this year.

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