Finally good news for fans of witcher Geralt. After the resumption of shootings was recently approved in Great Britain under strict conditions, the second season of "The Witcher" is now also not looking too bad. As the fan site Redanian Intelligence reports, the shooting of the second season is scheduled to start again in the first week of August 2020. And this is badly needed, after all, the pandemic stopped the production after only two weeks. According to Redanian Intelligence, a little over four months of shooting are still necessary to get all the scenes shooted. So it's not that unlikely that the final shoot will be finished this year, provided that the strict regulations don't interfere with the work too much. If everything goes well, even the planned start of the second season in August 2021 is quite realistic.
For the first season, it took about seven months for the complete post-production, including music, editing and special effects.
Fans of the "Witcher" franchise can therefore look forward to a performance by "Game Of Thrones" star Kristofer Hivju as Nivellen next year. Geralt's fellow witchers Lambert, Coën and his mentor Vesemir will also be part of the cast. If you can't wait until the second season, you can also look forward to the "The Witcher" animated film "Nightmare Of The Wolf".