The Witcher was one of Netflix’s biggest hits when it debuted its first season back in December 2019. The fantasy adventure series, full of Henry Cavill‘s rippling muscles ripping up terrifying monsters, felt like it was destined to be a hit, as it was based on the beloved video games and the novels by Polish writer Andrzej Sapkowski. And as The Witcher season 2 finally wraps, overcoming a COVID-restricted production, showrunner Lauren Schmidt Hissrich teases more storylines from Sapkowski’s novels to come.
That’s a wrap for The Witcher Season 2, which finished its 158-day production over the course of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The celebratory video for The Witcher season 2 filming wrap reveals that the production took extra precautions amid the pandemic, and still managed to finish shooting in 15 locations with 89 cast members and over 1200 different crew members. The behind-the-scenes video also came accompanied by a tweet featuring Cavill with a clapper board.
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