The Witcher Season 2: Netflix Reveals New Short Clip And A New Synopsis

As the fans of The Witcher can’t wait for the anticipated Season 2 to arrive, Netflix is doing its best to keep the excitement at the highest possible level. Don’t worry Netflix, it can’t go any higher than this.

Netflix now offered us a short, 19-second clip from the upcoming season that introduces us to Myriapod, only one of the monsters Henry Cavill’s Geralt of Rivia will need to fight. The clip showed only a bit of that showdown, and although it didn’t show much, it was enough for a teaser of what’s to come.

Check the new clip below:

The Witcher on Netflix premiered in December 2019, and now it returns with its Season 2 after two years. The production endured delays due to the pandemic, but it was wrapped successfully. According to Collider, Henry Cavill tried to get the best from the quarantine so he played The Witcher games on the hardest difficulty, which was one of his preparations for the role. Everything for a job, right?

Henry Cavill recently announced that he’s ready to play Geralt of Rivia for seven seasons, which is the showrunner’s plan. Netflix already renewed the show for season 3, and with every new renewal, the series is getting closer to that milestone. As long as Netflix allows it, Witcher will be there.

Henry Cavill returns as Geralt of Rivia, while Freya Allan returns as Ciri, and Anya Chalotra as Yennefer. The Witcher Season 2 is set to debut on Netflix on December 17.

“Convinced Yennefer’s life was lost at the Battle of Sodden, Geralt of Rivia brings Princess Cirilla to the safest place he knows, his childhood home of Kaer Morhen. While the Continent’s kings, elves, humans and demons strive for supremacy outside its walls, he must protect the girl from something far more dangerous: the mysterious power she possesses inside.”

The Witcher Season 2 Synopsis

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