Season 2 of Netflix’s recently popular series The Witcher was delayed in March due to the large number of cases of coronavirus on set. The shooting of season 2, which resumed in August, was delayed again by Netflix with the increase of virus cases on the set.
The Witcher season 2 postponed again due to pandemic
While the shooting of the second season of The Witcher was in full swing, the shooting was suspended once again due to the virus cases on the set. Shooting was suspended by Netflix in March and continued in August. According to the initial determinations, it was learned that the tests of 4 people from the set were positive. It was stated that those who tested positive were quickly quarantined.
According to Deadline’s report, it was stated that these four quarantined people were not names such as Henry Cavill, Anya Chalotra and Freya Allan, who were in the core of the series. Netflix will resume the series shot at Arborfield Studios after the health conditions on set turned positive again.
The second season filming was done in the studio with the effect of the increasing cases in England and the contribution of the quarantine conditions in the country. The series had previously been positive for Kristofer Hivju’s COVID-19, and Netflix suspended filming in March and restarted it in August.
If everything goes well, the second season of the series is expected to meet with the audience in 2021.