The second season of The Witcher on Netflix resumed shooting. While production had begun just a few months ago, all progress has been interrupted due to coronavirus concerns. The project was forced to postpone everything and wait for it. However, it’s been almost three months since these orders have been given and now, things are starting to open up. Even the cinematographic industry. Now Geralt and its heterogeneous crew can continue their adventures without other disturbances.

The first season of The Witcher has been widely turned into continental Europe in places like Hungary and Poland. However, this time they moved to the United Kingdom. There are still a ton of questions about the direction that the new season will take, but according to the chief producer of emissions, this season will present a much simpler and easy-to-follow story.

Witcher Season 2 Finishes Shooting After Long Covid Delay

The second season and those that will follow will be based on the original books written by the Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski. Sapkowski also monitors the production of very close. Just like George Rr Martin with Game of Thrones, he does not want to see his wastes wasted or distorted.

Although The First Season of The Witcher was not perfect, it was certainly a breath of fresh air for movies or television programs that rely on the success of a video game. There have been innumerable attempts that crushed and burned in the past. With a little luck, The Witcher could serve as a model to do things well. The second season was initially going out to fall around 2020, but considering the delays, it would be a pleasant surprise if we could put the hand on this year.