We’ll have to wait for The Witcher season 2 a bit more, as Netflix confirmed it not to be on the list of April 2021 schedules.
The Witcher was a huge hit on the popular streaming platform in December 2019, when it was first released. Netflix quickly renewed the series for the second season after its immense success. Second season of The Witcher wrapped its production process nearly a week ago. The filming process was a little bumpy, though. That’s because Cavill got injured while shooting, and the pandemic was a huge factor just like in every major production. After a brilliant and successful first season, the series is going to bless us with a second run. But when are we going to see it?
The Witcher season 2 release date and production details
Well, we know for sure that The Witcher season 2 is coming in 2021. But it is not going to be on Netflix this April. Though it was kind of obvious, Netflix confirmed this news by sharing the list of everything that’s going to be added to Netflix in April 2021. The Witcher season 2 is unfortunately not on that list, even though nobody was expecting it to be.
If we are to talk about a possible release date, we would be looking at late 2021. The production process has just wrapped, and there are tons to do in post-production of the new season. You can watch the BTS movie Netflix shared after wrapping up the production for the second season below.
What is ‘The Witcher’ season 2 synopsis?
“The witcher Geralt, a mutated monster hunter, struggles to find his place in a world where people often prove more wicked than beasts.” That’s how Netflix describes its popular series.
If you’re curious about what the second season has to offer, you can check out what the showrunner had to say about that. The Witcher‘s showrunner Lauren Hissrich revealed that they were working on things that are “beyond comprehension” in an interview she was on.