After a rather overproduction, Wicher Filming has finally wrapped up on season 2. Since the first season dropped on Netflix in late 2019, fans have been struggling for new episodes for over a year. While we still do not have a premiere date for season 2, an image posted on the show’s official Twitter account from the last day of shooting suggests that the season is now in the can.

“It’s a wrap on season 2! The White Wolf awaits you back on The Continent,” the caption wrote.

Related: Seven new casts were added to this Witcher Season 2

In another funny video posted on Twitter, listener Lauren Schmidt Hisserich tells her fellow executive producers that they are wrapping up season 2 Actually Having said that he has participated in season 2. For her part, Hisrich removed the pre-set alarm from her phone, knowing that she would not need to get up in the morning to start another day of shooting. Other EPs can be seen singing and dancing as a neat way to keep a bow on Season 2 rap.

Based on the book series of the same name by Andrzej Sapkowski, Wicher Stars Henry Cavill The crown princess Giri as Rivia’s Geralt and Frye Allen. The series also stars Eamon Farren, Anya Shlotra, Joey Betty, Myna Buering, Royce Pierreson, and Mimi Nidiveni. Earlier, it was announced that season 2 would also come The bridge Star Kim Bodnia to Vesmir and game of Thrones Favorite Christopher Hivju as Nivellen.

Shortly before production wrapped, seven new cast members were revealed Wicher Season 2. Adoza Endoh (Includes)Bridgerton) As the priest Neneke; Cassie Clare (New World) As Philip Ellhart, leader of the Sorceress Lodge; Liz Care (God) As Fenn, a lawyer and detective; Simon Callow (A room with a view) As Fenn’s partner Codringer; Graham McTwish (Hobbit) As Dijkstra, a master spy; Kevin Doyle (Downton Abbey) As the new character Ba’lian; And Chris Fulton (Bridgerton) As Dana Rez.

It hasn’t been easy for the end of season 2 The witcher Team. After filming began on season 2 in March of last year, the new series star Christopher Hivu tested positive for COVID-19, leading to the first production delay. The pandemic will bring about further delays with another rash of the virus in November. To make matters worse, Henry Cavill was hurt on the spot, keeping him out of commission for a short time. Needless to say that everyone should be very happy by the last day of shooting.

As of now, a premiere date has not been set for the second season Wicher, But now with the shoot in Can, we hope to get our new episodes this year. For now, you can watch the first season in its entirety on Netflix, or if you still want more, you can check out the original books or video game series. We get this news The Witcher on Twitter.

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