11 Apr 2020 1:45 PM +00:00 UTC

The Witcher Showrunner Shares Hopeful Set Photo from Season 2

People are undoubtedly frustrated after the production on several highly anticipated shows were shut down due to the Coronavirus outbreak. However, Lauren S. Hissrich wants fans to remain hopeful. The showrunner of The Witcher has just shared a photo taken from the set of Season 2 before the shutdowns and it comes with a message of hope.

Hissrich posted the image on her official Twitter account along with a hopeful caption. Check it out below.

"#tbt one month ago on the set of @witchernetflix," Hissrich wrote. "The sun will rise again. Until then, stay home and stay safe."


There isn't much to see in the picture and it looks like none of the main stars like Henry Cavill or Anya Chalotra is even in the shot. However, it does show the bright sunlight in the middle of a forest so there's a huge chance that Geralt of Rivia will be out there for yet another fight.

The Witcher Season 2 had only started filming sometime in February and it is unclear how many episodes have been shot so far. Unfortunately, production needed to be shut down due to COVID-19 and Netflix has not yet revealed when the second season will resume work later this year. Stay tuned for more updates on this story.

The Witcher Season 2 has not yet been given an official release date. Nevertheless, the show is expected to return on Netflix by late next year.

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