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News movies & tv series 22 December 2020, 21:27

author: Karol Laska

The Witcher Season 2 Begins With a Gruesome Note

The first 2 pages of the scrip for Season 2 of Netflix's The Witcher were published online. They announce a very strong and dark start, featuring Geralt.

A good movie always starts with an earthquake - at least that's what Alfred Hitchcock believed. This advice was taken to heart by the creators of the series The Witcher, or at least that's what we can deduce from an excerpt from the script of the show's second season, made available by Netflix on social media .

The first scene takes place at night, on the trail and features Geralt and a family of traders, who are torn apart by a mysterious monster. Our title monster hunter will therefore have to face a pretty big opponent at the very start. You will find a detailed description of the events below:

The Witcher Season 2 Begins With a Gruesome Note - picture #1
Extract from the script. Source: Netflix, Twitter

We will probably watch the next season of The Witcher in the second half of 2021, if there are no major delays. The main roles will be played by Henry Cavill, Anya Chalotra and Freya Allan.

Karol Laska

Karol Laska

His adventure with journalism began with a personal blog, the name of which is no longer worth quoting. Then he interpreted Iranian dramas and the Joker, writing for cinematography journal, which, sadly, no longer exists. His writing credentials include a degree in film studies, but his thesis was strictly devoted to video games. He has been writing for Gamepressure since March 2020, first writing a lot about movies, then in the newsroom, and eventually, he became a specialist in everything. He currently edits and writes articles and features. A long-time enthusiast of the most bizarre indie games and arthouse cinema. He idolizes surrealism and postmodernism. He appreciates the power of absurdity. Which is probably why he also tried soccer refereeing for 2 years (with so-so results). He tends to over-philosophize, so watch out.