Though rumors and leaks about season two of Netflix’s The Witcher were abundant throughout January, the past week has been rather quiet with regards to Henry Cavill’s fantasy drama. Fortunately, The Witcher showrunner Lauren S. Hissrich shared some interesting details in a new podcast with Writer Experience. Notably, Hissrich confirms that the much discussed Nilfgaardian
The Witcher season one has come and gone, and Henry Cavill’s fantasy drama has quickly become one of Netflix’s most popular shows. Though much of the focus has been on the show’s ensemble cast (including Yennefer actress Anya Chalotra) and on showrunner Lauren S. Hissrich, there were hundreds of people working on the show and
It’s been a month since the release of Netflix’s The Witcher, and the Henry Cavill show has quickly become a huge success for the streaming service. With season two entering production this February, showrunner Lauren S. Hissrich has spoken to Vulture and Pure Fandom, describing some of season one’s deleted scenes, teasing the structure and
Filming for the second season of Netflix’s The Witcher, starring Henry Cavill, begins in less than one month. Though much is kept under wraps about the second season, Redanian Intelligence has been uncovering a series of reports throughout the last two week (including the potential casting of Game of Thrones‘ Kristofer Hivju as Nivellen). In
Netflix’s fantasy epic The Witcher is a visual treat, even when Henry Cavill’s Geralt (and Anya Chalotra’s Yennefer) aren’t on screen. Though it is often compared to Game of Thrones, the Netflix series handles its fantasy elements quite differently: The Witcher does not shy from monsters and magic. In an interview recently released by Animation
Netflix’s Henry Cavill-led fantasy hit The Witcher debuted its first season in December, quickly becoming one of the streaming giant’s most popular series. Featuring eight episodes dense with characters, timelines, monsters and magic, the series merely introduces viewers to the rich history of the Continent. Unsurprisingly, many fans were left with more questions than answers.
“Are you satisfied with the script?” the interviewer asked The Witcher author Andrzej Sapkowski a few months before Netflix premiered its first season of the Henry Cavill series. The author, well known for his controversial humor, did not answer “by the book”. The video is available on YouTube, and we have the translation’s transcript below.
The Witcher season two is set to launch on Netflix in 2021 (exact date to be revealed), which means we may have to wait longer than a year to see Henry Cavill on our screens again as Geralt of Rivia, and more than a year before we find out what exactly happened to Anya Chalotra’s
Anyone who has watched The Witcher on Netflix will attest that, other than Henry Cavill’s monster slayer and Anya Chalotra’s sorceress, the breakout performance of the season belongs to Joey Batey and the bard Jaskier. Though Batey managed to bring the novels’ character to life quite admirably, one important change sets him apart from the
In December, Netflix launched the acclaimed first season of The Witcher. A month beforehand, the streaming service announced that production of the second season would begin early in 2020, with a targeted 2021 release. By the time Season 2 was announced, the season’s eight scripts were already written and preparation was well underway. In our