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News movies & tv series 11 March 2021, 15:07

author: Karol Laska

The Witcher Season 2 Casts Nenneke and More Nilfgaard Generals

We got to know more characters and actors who will appear in the second season of Netflix's The Witcher. The group includes priestesses from the temple of Melitele and Nilfgaard generals.

It's hard to believe how quiet it has become around the second season of Netflix's The Witcher in recent weeks. Previously we could at most see the new Nilfgaard armor from a closer shot, and after more than three weeks we received another casting news.

Redanian Intelligence reports that Natasha Fletcher, an actress associated with modeling, has joined the cast. She will play a priestess from the Temple of Melitele, whose name we don't know yet. It will be a supporting role, if not an episodic one.

The series will also feature someone a little more important among Ellander the priestesses, namely Nenneke, who often heals Geralt's wounds in the books. She will be one of Ciri's tutors and teachers. It has not yet been confirmed who will play the role of the heroine, but Julie Barclay (Pride) is mainly mentioned.

That's not the end of casting news, as Jo Mariott (Robin Hood) and Darius James (mostly theater career) will also join the cast. They will take on the roles of General Hake and General Gerhen, the latter leading the Nilgaard troops under Cahir's command.

These are not particularly high-profile names, but they do add to the list of actors for The Witcher season 2. We don't know when exactly to expect its premiere, as the coronavirus and Henry Cavill' s injury have somewhat messed up the schedule.

  1. 10 Things Netflix has to Improve in The Witcher Season 2
  2. Netflix - official website

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.


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