'The Witcher': The trailer for the second season shows a world at war

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Netflix
presents the new trailer for the second season of 'The Witcher' in which we witness a world at war. On December 17 we will meet again with Geralt, Ciri, and Yennefer in the new batch of episodes of the hit fiction for which the streaming platform has big plans:

Geralt of Rivia, the character of Henry Cavill, goes from hunting monsters to acting as a bodyguard for Princess Cirilla (Freya Allan), but there is something that begins to worry him more than all the conflicts around him and it is the power that he is developing Girl. They head to Kaer Morhen, the hometown of those like him. We will also discover what happened to Yennefer, the character of Anya Chalotra, after the battle of Mount Sodden.

And of course, we will have new faces in the cast as Adjoa Andoh as Nenneke, Cassandra Clare as Philippa Eilhart, Liz Carr becomes Fenn, Graham McTavish in Dijkstra, Kevin Doyle is Ba'lian, Simon Callow is Codringher, Chris Fulton plays Rience, Yasen Atour as Coen, Agnes Vorn as Vereena, Paul Bullion as Lambert, Basin Eidenbenz as Estel, Aisha Fabienne Ross as Lydia, Kristofer Hivju as Nivellen, Media Simson as Francesca and Kim Bodnia as Vesemir.


Big plans for the franchise

In addition to the second season of 'The Witcher', which arrives on Netflix on December 17, the streaming platform has already renewed the series for a third season and confirmed a lot of projects to expand the franchise. 

The first will be the miniseries 'The Witcher: Blood Origin', which takes place 1,200 years before 'The Witcher'. They are also preparing another animated project after 'The Witcher: The Wolf's Nightmare', and another title, this time designed for the whole family.

What do we expect from the second season of The Witcher on Netflix?

In this post, we will talk about what we expect from the second season of The Witcher on Netflix. Before you continue reading, we recommend that all users who have not finished the series leave this article as it contains SPOILERS.

Before continuing, we leave you with the link to the recent news that Netflix has renewed with The Witcher for a second season, where we discuss the filming topics, their places, dates, and possible new actors.

SPOILERS ALERT - After a chaotic and climactic end to the first season, Yennefer was able to contain the armies of Nilfgaard using fire magic, but it has mysteriously disappeared in the process. As for Geralt and Ciri, they finally met, greeting each other almost like a father or daughter. In a mysterious turn of events, Ciri asked Geralt about Yennefer, despite not having met her.

The reunion between Geralt and Ciri caused both could continue with their destiny together. Thanks to the law of surprise and the death of his parents, Geralt is now Ciri's adoptive father. Nilfgaard's army remains a great threat and constantly sends spies who continue to hunt for Ciri. 

Geralt will take her to the safest place she knows, Kaer Morhen, the fortress of the Witchers. Thanks to her elven blood, Ciri is incredibly gifted with magic, perfect for killing monsters. With the hard training, she will be prepared to fight and defend herself.

As an incredibly powerful and talented witch, Yennefer is not dead. It is not clear where she could have disappeared in the middle of the battle, but Yennefer could have simply walked away from her. 


What novels will the second season of The Witcher cover?

The first season of The Witcher was told on multiple timelines, showing the different adventures of Geralt, Yennefer, and Ciri. Both books are fantastic to read and precursors to the official beginning of The Witcher saga.

The second season will cover the events of the first official book in The Witcher Saga, Blood of Elves and then proceed to cover the events of the third book in the series, Time of Contempt.


Will the second season return with eight episodes?

Although many fans want more than 8 episodes, the second season is more than likely to return with another round of 8 episodes. This is consistent with the way Netflix likes to order TV series for their original lineup. The 8 episodes of the first season were packed with action and story packed into roughly 60 minutes per chapter, more than enough for anyone new to the world of The Witcher.

Now we have to wait until 2021, that by the calculations that we have been able to do based on the working time in the first season between filming and premiere, we could see the second season in April 2021 or in one of the spring months.

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