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Netflix has announced The Witcher  Season 2 is officially in production, reveals cast

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The Witcher has become one of Netflix’s most popular original shows and I suspect that many of you are eagerly awaiting season 2. The company announced last night that season 2 is currently in production and revealed some of the cast members who will make an appearance. Have a look below to see whether you spot anyone familiar.

  • Yasen Atour as Coen
  • Agnes Bjorn as Vereena
  • Paul Bullion as Lambert
    Thue Ersted Rasmussen as Eskel
  • Aisha Fabienne Ross as Lydia
    Mecia Simson as Francesca
  • Game Of Throne’ Kristofer Hivju as Nivellen

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18 comments

    1. Maybe you should give it another change? I wasn’t very impressed in the beginning even though i liked the 1st episode quite a lot in the end. 2nd one was honestly somewhat boring for me, i watched it in two sessions. However 3rd got me hooked and the series became one of my favorites. Only 2nd episode was weak to me and i think i would appreciate that one more now. Will watch the season again in few months.

      1. I found it somewhat boring too. I enjoy the scenary and seeing how they use and change the game story in the show but just a little too gayish for me.

      2. Yeah, just not for me. I don’t have the patience for sub par movies/TV when they have near infinite resources and excellent source material.

  1. I recognized the name Eskel & looked him up. He’s one of Geralt’s fellow witchers from the School of the Wolf; Lambert is the third one of the three students of Vesemir.

    Anyway, I like how this thing has the two witchers under one bullet point & the two sorceresses under another to denote these 4 characters are of the same “profession.”

    I hope the next season has more monster hunts for Geralt, though. The first season felt kind of lacking in that regard. Honestly, I wouldn’t mind some filler episodes that focus on just that. The hunts were some of the best parts of the Witcher 3.

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