Entertainment "The Witcher": Appearance of an important figure in season 2 confirmed & other newcomers
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The shooting of the second season "" has been going on for more than a year (which is mainly due to several corona-related interruptions), but While the production is slowly coming to an end, new cast members are still joining the series:
Like the usually extremely reliable fansite Redanian Intelligence reports that will be Nenneke in "The Witcher" season 2. Nenneke is the high priestess in a temple of the goddess Melitele and a kind of mother figure for Geralt , whom she cares for in the books ofafter a serious injury.
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Nenneke also takes care of Ciri before the young woman finally moves on to Kaer Morhen. Who will play Nenneke in "The Witcher" could not find outadaptation of "The Voice of Reason"? , but guessed on actress ("Broadchurch"), who is in an as yet unknown role in season 2.
In addition, two other characters from the Temple of Melitele will appear in: the temple student Iola, with whom Geralt has a sexual relationship, and the scribe apprentice Jarre, who falls in love with Ciri. There are no actors for these two characters either.
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However, some clues to the plot can be read from this: Because especially Iola's cast promises that in the second season “The Voice der Vernunft "is adapted, ie the story that forms the framework plot in the" The Witcher "short story collection" The Last Wish ". We think that there is also a framework plot in the series is rather unlikely, since Season 2 will mainly be an adaptation of the "The Witcher" novel "The Legacy of the Elves".
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In addition,reports another new addition : will play a character named Ba'Lian , who doesn't exist in the book or video games. Based on the name, one can only speculate that this figure is probably not actually a human.
Doyle should be familiar to series fans from well-known formats such as “Downton Abbey” (as valet Mr. Molesley), “The Tudors” or “Happy Valley”.
"The Witcher" Season 2 is to appear in 2021 on. Since some work on effects, music and the like will still be necessary after filming is finished, we are predicting a release towards the end of the year.
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