Netflix’s The Witcher season 2 wraps with behind-the-scenes trailer
After a challenging schedule that consisted of a minimum of one coronavirus-related hold-up, The Witcher season 2 has actually lastly covered production, Netflix verified Friday. To commemorate the season’s conclusion, Netflix launched a brand-new behind-the-scenes video on the production — and included a number of preview at what’s following for Geralt, Ciri, and everybody else.
The behind-the-scenes video is hosted by Witcher showrunner Lauren Schmidt Hissrich, who spent some time to discuss precisely how huge and made complex the production was this time around. The team of over 1,200 individuals and 89 cast members invested 158 days shooting, according to Hissrich. On top of that, there were in some cases as numerous as 2 or 3 electronic camera teams contending the very same time. Of course, since this is The Witcher, that means numerous of the scenes were recorded outdoors and frequently in some really winter.
While the majority of the video is concentrated on the information of shooting The Witcher season 2, we do get a couple of take a look at characters like Geralt and Ciri in their outfits, and a couple of shots of mystical and foggy fields. Hissrich doesn’t leave fans completely empty handed though. She discusses that they’re entering the story of Blood of Fairies in this season, which need to function as a good sneak peek for the season’s plot.
Blood of Fairies is the very first full-length Witcher book — the previous entries had actually been brief story collections — and informs the story of Geralt and Ciri’s earlier time together in training at Kaer Morhen (along with some things we won’t ruin here). Based upon completion of season 1, this constantly appeared like the most likely story for the 2nd season, however it’s great to understand for sure. However, based upon the very first page of the season’s script, which Netflix launched in December, it appears possible we’ll be getting a couple of flashbacks too.
The Witcher season 2 does not have a release date, however Netflix does state that it’s “coming soon.” Netflix likewise has a live-action prequel series in the works and a Witcher anime coming.
Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.