Netflix has just officially announced that filming for the second season of the Witcher series has ended. Production will go to the platform in 2021. At the moment, however, the exact release date is not known yet.

The first season of the series was very popular not only in Poland, but also in the world. All of this, of course, after the success and promotion of the game from the Witcher series. Fans are waiting for the next parts, and now they can watch the first season again.

158 days after starting work on the set of the second season of the Witcher series, filming was just over.

The Witcher – Season 2 on Netflix

With 15 locations in the UK, 89 cast members, nearly 1,200 crew members and a whole host of new monsters – the road to ending filming was almost as amazing as the show itself.

Netflix has released specials for the group where we can see the excitement of the cast – led by model Lauren Schmidt Hissrich – after filming for the next long-awaited part of The Witcher is completed.

About the second season of the series the magician:
Convinced that Yennefer is dead in the Battle of Soden Hill, Geralt from Rivia takes Princess Cyrilla to the safest place he knows – his childhood home in Kerr Morehn. As kings, elves, humans and demons fight behind her walls for control of the continent, Geralt must protect the girl from something more dangerous: the mysterious force hidden within the princess.

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Lauren Schmidt Hesrich is the model and executive producer of the series.

The executive producers are Lauren Schmidt Hesrich, Tomik Baginski, Jason F Brown, Sean Daniel, Mike Ostrovsky, Steve Job and Yaroslav Sawako.

The second season, directed by Stephen Surjik (Umbrella Academy)Sarah O’Gorman (cursed)Ed Bazalgate (Fall of the kingdom) I’m Louise Hopper (con man).