The Witcher season 2: Netflix series release date, cast and trailer

Geralt is on a new path in season two (Image: Katalin Vermes/Netflix/Kobal/Rex/Shutterstock)

Two years since the first series was released, season 2 of The Witcher almost set to launch, with Henry Cavill come back as a typical character always cherished Geralt of Rivia.

Based on the book series and video game of the same name, the show tells the story of a monster hunter who travels across the Continent.

The world in which The Witcher is set is filled with all sorts of mystical creatures, from ghastly creatures to witch and elves.

The fantasy drama has proven to be a huge draw with old fans and newcomers alike, all eager to know where the story will lead next.

From release date to cast and plot, here’s everything you need to know.

When is The Witcher season 2 coming to Netflix?

The Witcher season two will be released on December 17 on Netflix.

Ciri gets some new skills in new episodes (Image: Netflix)

There will be eight new episodes to eat in one go, the same number that debuted in the first season.

The show has been refreshed for a third season, with production slated to begin in early 2022.

Who is in the cast of The Witcher season 2?

In addition to Henry as Geralt, Anya Chalotra plays Vengerberg’s witch Yennefer while Freya Allan plays Princess Cintrilla of Cintra, aka Ciri.

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Joey Batey returns as the cheerful guardian Jaskier, while Eamon Farren assumes the role of commander of the Nilfgaardian army Cahir, aka the Black Knight, and MyAnna Buring returns as mentor. by Yennefer Tissaia.

The second season of the film will introduce viewers to a new band of witches, Geralt’s teammates, as well as his father Vesemir, who trained him to be a monster hunter as a young boy. little.

Vesemir is portrayed by Killing Eve star Kim Bodnia, while new witches include Lambert (Paul Bullion), Coën (Yasen Atour) and Eskel (Basil Eidenberg).

Mecia Simson joins the role of Francesca Findabair, an elf witch, while Mahesh Jadu returns as the witch Vilgefortz and Lars Mikkelsen returns as the mage Stregobor.

What is the plot of The Witcher season 2?

In the final moments of season one, Geralt and Ciri finally cross paths, connected by fate.

In season two, Geralt’s top priority is to make sure he keeps Ciri safe and so he decides to take her to Kaer Morhen, the house of witches where he grew up.

At first, Geralt believed that Yennefer was dead, after she unleashed an enormous amount of power during the Battle of Sodden.

However, we already know from the first images and trailers that Yennefer will meet Ciri, which means a reunion with Geralt is also likely on the cards.

Meanwhile, Ciri is discovering the mysterious power within her, which she still doesn’t understand.

Is there a trailer for The Witcher season 2?

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From battling new monsters to Ciri starting her training, season two is chock full of adventures.

The trailer has also revealed the arrival of new characters, including Geralt’s old friend Nivellen (Kristofer Hivju) and the menacing magician Rience (Chris Fulton).

The Witcher is available to watch on Netflix.

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