Netflix debuts a fresh The Witcher season 2 teaser trailer offering the very first look in the return of Henry Cavill’s titular protagonist, Geralt of Rivia. The show is loosely based on the novels of the same name from Polish writer Andrzej Sapkowski and centers around Geralt as he travels around the medieval land known as The Continent and faces off against supernatural foes. The land first rose to prominence for American audiences in the late 2000s with CD Projekt Red’s critically acclaimed movie game show based on the novels.
After a poorly-received movie and TV adaptation in the books’ home country of Poland, development began on a new Witcher in Netflix as a movie before an executive at the streaming platform pushed to get a series rather. Together with Cavill signing on in late 2018, the series debuted to solid reviews in overdue 2019 and robust viewership for Netflix, quickly landing a season two sequence as well as the animated spin-off film Nightmare of this Wolf and live-action prequel limited series Blood Origin. Though initially hampered because of Cavill’s on-set harm and COVID-19-related production flaws, the next chapter eventually wrapped in April and the streaming stage is constructing the hype for its arrival.
On the heels of announcing a special digital convention co-hosted with CD Projekt Red, Netflix has debuted a new The Witcher season 2 teaser trailer. Hidden amongst cryptic flashes of these dangers to come for the personality is the first look at the yield of Cavill’s Geralt. Check out the teaser below:
What does destiny have in store for Geralt of Rivia in Season 2? Here's a clue. pic.twitter.com/u1uXAnzUfG
— The Witcher (@witchernetflix) June 18, 2021
This is not the first short teaser that the streaming platform has introduced for the long-awaited season 2, but it is arguably the one certain to send fans reeling with excitement with the return of Cavill’s Geralt. Plot details are still normally being kept under wraps regarding what is to be expected from the next chapter, although Witcher showrunner Lauren Schmidt Hissrich has teased that the various characters will have further interactions with one another compared with the nonlinear storytelling season 1 encompassed. Now the characters and world have been correctly established with the help of adapting short stories set prior to the mainline books, season 2 will likely begin to delve right into the main narrative.
With that said, there are still some time to await fans to learn more about The Witcher season two. However, with the exceptional WitcherCon occasion, Netflix and CD Projekt Red are hosting this July promising to deliver exclusive reveals for both the series and video game franchise, people who have adopted both iterations of this content won’t need to wait for long to find out exactly what the future holds for your property. The Witcher season 2 is now slated to premiere later this year on Netflix.