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The Witcher Netflix Show Already Renewed for Season 2

On 31 October 2019, Netflix unleashed the full trailer for The Witcher and it blew us away. Henry Cavill portrays the role of Geralt of Rivia so extremely well and his voice will give fans nerd chills. The trailer has seen such a massively positive reception with over 400,000 likes on YouTube and it is very clear The Witcher Netflix show is going to be a winner and a must-watch for fans of the games and the books alike. That’s probably why there will be a The Witcher Season 2.

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On Twitter, Netflix announced that The Witcher has already been renewed for Season 2 with more than a month to go before the show actually releases on 20 December 2019.

This should be excellent news for fans of The Witcher games and books, as the world has so much interesting lore to uncover that it would be impossible to cover even a tenth of it all in one season.

Shortly after the release of the full trailer, The Witcher Netflix showrunner, Lauren Schmidt Hissrichis, said in an interview that she is planning ahead, not only for a second season but for seven seasons. Another bit of interesting information coming out of that interview is that we shouldn’t expect all the characters we meet in Season 1 to make it out alive according to Lauren Schmidt Hissrichis.

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What do you think about Netflix renewing The Witcher for Season 2 before season 1 even begins? Let us know in the comment section below and watch the awesome full trailer featuring Henry Cavill as Geralt of Rivia in case you haven’t already.

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