The Witcher Season 2: Actors explain why we need to be excited about the Netflix show

The Witcher Season 2: Actors explain why we need to be excited about the Netflix show

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The Witcher Season 2: Actors explain why we need to be excited about the Netflix show

The actors of The Witcher Season 2 they shared a video message in which they explain to us why we should be excited about it Netflix show, arriving in about four months.

Inside the video, which you can see above, Anya Chalotra – who plays Yennefer – says, “You should be excited for Season 2 because you can find out what happened to Yennefer after the Battle of Sodden. And I don’t think there is a better reason than that.” Speak to follow Freya Allan – actress who plays Ciri – who states that in Season 2 “not only is Ciri finally reunited with Geralt, but she is also training to become a Witcher. The pendulum is no joke,” referring to a scene well known to readers of the saga.

Then, Mimî M Khayisa – actress who plays Fringilla – explains that “Fringilla plays an important role in The Witcher Season 2 and we will be able to explore her relationship with Yennefer and find out more about the reasons that led her to end up in Nilfgaard.” Finally, it is the turn of Paul Buillon – actor who plays Lambert – who tells us that we will be able to meet “Lambert, Vesemir, Coen and Eskel other surviving Witchers”.

It is a period full of news for the world of The Witcher. The saga has recently received an animated film that allowed us to discover Vesemir’s past: you can read our review of The Witcher Nightmare of the Wolf. Additionally, The Witcher Blood Origin prequel series just announced 10 new actors and actresses.

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