We’ve already reported that the second season of Netflix’s The Witcher will be mostly filmed in Arborfield Studios, UK as well as the Scottish Isle of Skye. Now, a new report from The Knowledge, a premium production portal, suggests that besides Scotland and England, the new season will also be filmed in Czech Republic and Slovakia.
While we don’t know anything about what might be filmed in Czech Republic, we do know that The Witcher‘s first season has already filmed in Slovakia for a little bit.
The twin fortresses of Komarom and Komarno at the Hungarian-Slovakian border were both used for various shots in Cintra. Based on what we’ve heard ourselves, it is entirely possible that the show will revisit Cintra once again in addition to possible new Slovakian locations.
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There are no further details at the moment regarding exact dates and places, but both Czech Republic and Slovakia offer a great variety of picturesque locations with that nice Central European atmosphere that will be just perfect for The Witcher.
The Witcher Season 2 is due to start filming in February for a 2021 release. Until then, we will have an animated film based on The Witcher‘s universe titled “Nightmare of the Wolf“. Check out the details below: