Entertainment Fantasy Epic on Netflix: Why The Witcher Season 2 Is Even More Exciting
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Season 2 of The Witcher comes to Netflix in the summer of 2021 at the earliest. In the Moviepilot podcast we tell you why the long wait for Geralt, Ciri and Yennefer is worthwhile.
The criticism of the 1st season ofis excessive, find Moviepilot's fantasy expert Esther Stroh and our FILMSTARTS colleague Sebastian Gerdshikow .
In the new episode of our Moviepilot podcast Streamflix we discuss the highlights of the fantasy epic on Netflix and give a detailed preview of season 2.Listen now: What we're looking forward to in Season 2 of Netflix's The Witcher
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00:01:39 - The Witcher: Books, comparisons & highlights in season 1 00:29:20 - Spoiler part for 01 : 00:50 - Beacon in the stream flurry (Hexen witen, Ashfall, Banshee) 01:10:42 - Fan post and farewell
The podcast votes: Esther Stroh (This is how it goes with Ciri, Yennefer and Geralt in the fantasy epic The Witcher ), Sebastian Gerdshikow ( ) and Andrea Wöger ( ).
Warning, spoilers for The Witcher Season 1: The first season ends after a long search with the encounter between the witcher Geralt (Henry Cavill) and the Princess Ciri (Freya Allan). The fate of the mighty sorceress Yennefer (Anya Chalotra) is uncertain after her fiery mission at the Battle of Soddon.
The biggest questions for season 2 are therefore how Geralt and Ciri fare together, how Ciri's powers will develop and whether Yennefer is still alive. And of course we want to see a lot of scenes with Geralt and Larkspur again in season 2.
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What makes the 2nd season of The Witcher even more exciting
In season 2 of the fantasy series, a few basic things change. First, there will be no more confusing jumps in time. This was often seen as the main problem with the series in Season 1. Showrunner Lauren Schmidt Hissrich and her team work with flashbacks, but not with different time levels.Deal Label: Description: URL: Deal partner: Amazon Disney + MediaMarkt Saturn Sky Other button label:
Second, the 2nd season of Netflix's fantasy saga will differ from the 1st season due to the changed character dynamics. We finally learn how Geralt and Ciri get along after fate tied them together a long time ago. Ciri and Yennefer () will also meet and Ciri will be trained by her, because it needs a powerful magician.
Thirdly, there are many beloved characters from the novel to discover in season 2. Above all Geralt's master Vesemir, embodied by Kim Bodnia.
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You can find out more characters and highlights that we are looking forward to in season 2 in the podcast.Podcast replenishment for fantasy fans and people with a Netflix subscription.
For all fans of fantasy and people with a Netflix subscription, we can particularly recommend three more Streamflix episodes:If you are not at all convinced by The Witcher series, you will get your opinion in our extremely critical , in which there is a lot of criticism.
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