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'The Witcher' Returns With Season 2 On Netflix

Unlike the lackluster first season, which suffered from growing pains, the second season of the Netflix fantasy series starring Henry Cavill has a better grasp on audience

The Witcher Returns With Season 2 On Netflix

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  17 Dec 2021 1:52 PM GMT

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The Witcher season 2 does a better job of grabbing and holding your attention – at least for the first six hours. Six of the eight episodes from the second season were made available to critics on Netflix. The Witcher season 2 contains a couple of episodic stories, but the Netflix series becomes increasingly serialized as it progresses. And the episodic content, which has poignant lessons for our protagonists, feels like it's a part of the bigger story.

The complicated non-linear framework has also been removed; it never really had a purpose in the first season and only served to get in the way. In the age of streaming wars, The Witcher came dangerously close to being boring in its first outing. Season 2 of The Witcher is more fascinating right away since it follows a linear plot.

Even without the benefits of non-linear storytelling, it manages to be a mix of intriguing and mysterious, where the first season failed. For the most part, The Witcher season 2 follows two threads: one follows the titular monster-hunter Geralt (Cavill) and his crown princess ward Ciri (Freya Allan), and the other follows the sorceress Yennefer (Anya Chalotra), and they all feedback into those two.

The Witcher got renewed for season three ahead of the debut of season two during Netflix's TUDUM fan event. The Witcher: Blood Origin, a prequel to the programme, will be set in an elf world 1,200 years before the present timeline of the show, according to Netflix.

The prequel will describe a story that has been lost in time, including the construction of The Witcher's initial prototype and events leading up to the crucial Conjunction of the Spheres, when the realms of monsters, mankind, and elves joined to form one.

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