For reasons that are not immediately revealed in Season 1, Geralt is bound to protect a young princess named Ciri (Freya Allan) but on his journeys he also becomes closely tied to a sorcerer named Yennefer (Anya Chalotra).
The Witcher series from Netflix stars Henry Cavill as a lonely, mutated monster hunter called Geralt of Rivia, who wanders the dangerous continent looking for his next opportunity to collect more coins. For all his attempts to avoid fate and remain morally neutral, Geralt is caught in a massive political conflict that involves sorcerers, elves and the kind of sinister evil that occurs only in dark fantasy.
Here is everything we know about the coming second season of the hit series of Netflix.
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The Netflix show is based on a series of short stories and novels by the Polish fantasy writer Andrzej Sapkowski like the hugely popular video game series of the same name. “Witchers” are an order of monster hunters exposed to mutagens that provide them with enhanced magical abilities but they also brew potions that extend their physical attributes even further. Over time the knowledge to create new witchers was lost so Geralt became an interesting legend by the time the series begins because he is one of the last witchers around.
For reasons which aren’t immediately revealed in Season 1 Geralt is bound to protect a young princess named Ciri (Freya Allan) but on his journeys he also becomes intimately linked with a sorcerer named Yennefer (Anya Chalotra). Most of season 1 follows these three separate plot threads before converged towards the end.
Shortly after its release it became the biggest television series in the world on the sheer demand. There are even data that suggests that it became.
With the fate of the continent hanging in the balance, season 2 is sure to deliver epic stories more widely in the coming months.