Monday, March 22, 2021

'The Witcher' Season 2: More Cast Members Announced


Netflix has released the names of additional cast members who have joined Henry in Season 2 of The Witcher. Some of them may be familiar to you, including Graham McTavish who appeared in The Hobbit trilogy and more recently in Outlander. You may also recognize Adjoa Andoh from the Bridgerton series. 

The show has been filming on and off due to the pandemic since last March and appears to be wrapping production soon, so stay tuned for the very latest. 


Image: Netflix

4 comments:

  1. The cast looks phenomenal. I loved s1 casting, especially Henry, Anya and Freya 😍 (and Calanthe, Eist, Jaskier, Borch, Renfri, Visena, Mousesack, Triss, etc) but s2 seems to be on another level. I can't wait for s2 to hit our screen. I only hope we get more screen time with Geralt and Yen, Geralt and Ciri and Yen and Ciri. That's my only worry and wish. Everything else feels fantastic.

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  2. The casting for s2 is truly great. Not only they are great actors but they have this presence and gravity that can convince you they are a part of this fantasy world. But as long as Geralt, Yen and Ciri remain in the center I would be happy anyway. The main trio were by far the best part of s1 and they proved that they were born to play these roles. I love this little family and I can't wait to see them coming together!

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  3. This is all fantastic!
    Here's hoping Henry 😍gives us a personal Witcher update soon.
    Thanks HCN🤩 for the updates!

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  4. I miss my Witcher and I can wait to see him again, especially with a certain sorceress 🦄. I love the new cast & I hope s2 will be great (with as much geralt as possible) ❤️⚔️

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