Over the past year, there have been more delays in the entertainment industry than ever. Fans are heartbroken that the cancellation caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19), was canceled. The Witcher’s fans are waiting with bated breath to see if other shows will return.

The incredibly successful Netflix series likely wasn’t at risk of not making it to Season 2. Still, the ongoing delays have got fans on the edge of their seats as they hope to see Henry Cavill return as Geralt sooner than later.

“The Witcher” Season 2: Launch On Netflix And Trailer Released

Corona also affected Henry Cavill’s new adventures as a witcher (Henry Cavill). Filming was delayed frequently, so Netflix fans now have to wait for new episodes for two years. The second season, “The Witcher,” will premiere on Netflix on December 17, 2021. The trailer already shows Geralt having to face dangerous creatures again. In the second season, Geralt will be responsible for Ciri (Freya Alan), as well. This video shows you how the title character functions as a foster father.

“The Witcher” Season 2 Introduces Wild Hunt

Season 2 “The Witcher” presents Geralt’s and Ciri’s new threat. Iranian Intelligence a reliable fansite claims that the new episodes introduce wild hunt. Eyewitnesses claim that scenes were being shot with the Wild Hunt (also known as the Red Rider) at the beach in Devon, England.

Although this news has not been confirmed officially, the first photos of the shooting clearly show that riders can’t hide the wild hunting. Andrzej SAPkowski’s novel reveals that the warriors are after Ciri. They want to kidnap Aen Elle’s girl to strengthen its magic (via fandom). However, they are dangerous enemies not only in books. Geralt is also forced to fight elite troops in the third video game of “The Witcher”.