Season 3 is already in progress / Corona provides for a new cast


from Matthias Brückle
While fans are still waiting for the second season of The Witcher with Henry Cavill in the lead role, those responsible behind the scenes are already initiating more. Netflix has given the green light for a third season.

At the end of 2019, the series for The Witcher finally appeared: With Henry Cavill as Geralt von Rivia, the fantasy implementation has secured a crowd who are eagerly waiting for another season. The story of the monster hunter and sorcerer is not nearly complete, the books still offer a lot of material. Those in charge at Netflix know that too: They have even given the green light for a third season while the shooting of season 2 is still taking place. That comes from an advertisement of the Writer's Guild of America West, which you yourselves on the official website. (Source: Redanian Intelligence)

For many fans and viewers, it might seem like "Uh, of course!" work, but this early renewal speaks for the confidence on the part of Netflix that The Witcher should prove to be a lucrative addition for the next few years.

Due to a pandemic, an actor has to drop out in season 2

The shooting of the second season itself is currently still bumpy. Due to the pandemic and the delayed filming, a performer cannot play their role: Thue Ersted Rasmussen should actually play the witcher Eskel, a long-time friend and practically brother of Geralt, who gamers and readers of the template already know.






Eskel in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt as a sorcerer who is not involved in world politics like Geralt and has nothing to do with pretty sorceresses.



Eskel in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt as a sorcerer who is not entangled in world politics like Geralt and has nothing to do with pretty sorceresses.

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"I wish everyone on the series the best of luck with the rest of the production"he explains in one public opinion on instagram. "I'm sure Season 2 is going to be absolutely brilliant and now I'll see her as a fanboy rather than a witcher." Replacement is according to the deadline even found: the Swiss actor Basil Eidenbenz (known from The Favorite) is supposed to play Eskel instead of Rasmussen.

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