Best PC games New PC games 2020 Black Friday Best graphics cards Best free PC games Best Minecraft shaders for 1.16.3 Best Warzone loadout for Season 6

5

The Witcher season 2 production paused after positive Covid tests

A shot of Henry Cavill as Geralt Of Rivia in The Witcher Netflix series.

All is not well in the land of The Witcher season 2. Production of the Netflix series has reportedly been put on hold after four people working on it tested positive for Covid-19. It seems they’ve had a pretty rough going of it with the pandemic – they were forced to stop production back in March due to the first lockdown, after actor Kristofer Hivju (who plays a bloke called Nivellen) also tested positive for the virus.

According to Deadline, “those impacted have been isolated and are not among lead cast.”

They also report that Netlflix have plans to test everyone involved in the show, then they’ll pick up filming again once the set is “fully safe”.

No word yet on when The Witcher season 2’s will actually come out, though. I imagine with these sorts of setbacks it might be a little while before we see Geralt getting caught up in more gory shenanigans. It’s a shame, too, because just last month Netflix teased us with pics of the white-haired dreamboat showing off his leathery abs in some new armour.

The Witcher season 2 isn’t all Netflix has in store, either. They’re also making a prequel series called The Witcher: Blood Origin. It’s set 1200 years before Geralt’s adventures, and will tell the tale of the very first Witcher.

Tagged with , , , , .

If you click our links to online stores and make a purchase we may receive a few pennies. Find more information here.

Who am I?

Imogen Beckhelling

News Writer

Imogen is a lore enthusiast and lover of all the fun shenanigans game communities get up to. She spends too much time playing Overwatch, and not enough time having interests that aren't to do with video games.

More by me

Support RPS and get an ad-free site, extra articles, and free stuff! Tell me more
Please enable Javascript to view comments.

Please log in to reply.

Advertisement