Netflix’s The Witcher Season 2 will tackle the extinction of monsters and witch hunters known as Witchers.
Netflix’s The Witcher Season 2 is set to confront the declining populations of the Witchers. The Netflix series The Witcher is based on Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski’s book series, which shows readers the achievements of the infamous Geralt of Rivia. Sapkowski’s books were also turned into several CD Project Red video games.
In December 2019, the Witcher premiered in mixed critical reviews, but that did little to stop it from turning into one of the most demanded television shows. Worldwide fans of fantasy have loved the show for its outstanding choreographed battle scenes and its authentically crafted world. And Netflix didn’t just enjoy the show for fantasy fans, clearly because they ordered Season 2 of the Witcher before Season 1.
What Will Happen In ‘The Witcher’ Season 2?
Lauren Hissrich, Witcher Showrunner, recently took over Reddit to speak to fans and to explain what will happen in season 2. Many fans mentioned that the first season of the show had many monsters, which doesn’t match the stories of The Witcher. It’s also a significant difference, since Geralt is a monster hunter, so if there are no monsters, he gets entirely redundant.
It should be remembered that season 1 of the show is not all about Geralt’s monsters. In thirty years, the unnamed continent undergoes a transitional period as Empire Nilfgaard extends its rule. It causes a lot of side effects, including monster relocation and eradication. During season 1 of The Witch, Geralt kills a lot of creatures but also has other passions, such as visiting brothels and fishing insomnia.
When Will ‘The Witcher’ Season 2 Release?
The Witcher’s first season laid a sound basis for a world ready to explode with conflict and creativity. Hissrich seems to be the right person, judging from her remarks on Witcher AMA, to be aware of changes that may raise the show to new heights. It appears from now on that season 2 of the Witcher will arrive on Netflix sometime in 2021.