Not only is work on the sets of many films and series hampered by the coronavirus pandemic, the creators of The Witcher had to deal with other random events that affected the production process. Henry Cavill suffered a serious injury in December, which delayed shooting, and then there was the winter break. That's why we've seen so little behind-the-scenes footage in recent weeks.
Today we can probably say that everything is back on track. Cavill recently boasted that his rehabilitation is going well and work on set has resumed. That's according to Paul Bullion, the actor who will play Lambert in season 2. You can read his tweet here.
Let's hope that in the nearest future we will see a lot of behind-the-scenes photos from the set again, as fans of The Witcher are among the more inquisitive beings and so far they managed to discover most of the locations where the series was shot (including, among others, the English gorge Gordale Scar).
The air date of the next season of The Witcher is not exactly known. There has been some talk of the second half of 2021, but we wouldn't be surprised if it doesn't come out until 2022.