The new season hits Netflix in December.
Netflix has released a new poster for season 2 of The witch, the hit series based on the books of Andrzej Sapkowski. The new poster contains Henry Cavill as Geralt from Rivia, with his sword unscathed and ready for battle.
The new poster also contains the proverb “intended to protect”, which is a nod to Geralt’s work as a monster hunter and as a father to Ciri (Freya Allan). In season 2 of The witch, Geralt will continue to train Ciri in battle and her magical domain and forge her into the warrior she is to become. Season 2 will also bring back fan favorites Yennefer (Anya Chalotra) and Jaskier (Joey Batey), and picked up right where we left our group of heroes in the season 1 finale at Batlle of Sodden Hill.
Helmet of showrunner Lauren Schmidt Hissrich, The witch quickly became one of Netflix’s most successful original productions after its release in 2019. Although production of season 2 stopped due to the pandemic, the franchise continues to grow strongly on the streaming platform, with the animated feature The Witcher: The Wolf’s Nightmare spin-off released in August last year. There is also a live-action spin-off series in production, while the main series was recently renewed for a third season, even before the release of season 2.
Among the new faces who will join the show next season are Kills Eve‘s Kim Bodnia as Geralt’s mentor Vesemir; Paul Bullion as Lambert, a witch who has a personal commitment to Ciris’ training on Kaer Morhen; Bridgerton‘s Adjoa Andoh as Nenneke, a mother figure of Geralt; Outlander‘s Graham McTavish as Dijkstra, a spymaster imbued with villains; Simon Callow and Liz Carr as Codringher and Fenn, respectively; Chris Fulton as Rience; Cassie Clare as Philippa Eilhart head of Sorceresses Lodge; and Kevin Doyle as Ba’lian.
Season 2 of The witch premieres on December 17. The entire season 1 is available right now on Netflix. See the new poster below.
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