Netflix Spain has unveiled today new cast of actors joining the series of The Witcher in its second season, a new batch of chapters that still does not have a release date on the platform but that is increasingly taking shape after the coronavirus forced to stop filming on several occasions.
In total there are seven new actors and actresses that have been incorporated into the adaptation of The Witcher to the small screen:
- Adjoa Andoh (The Bridgertons, Mute Witness) as Nenneke
- Cassie Clare (Brave New World, The Bisexual, Los irregulares) as Phillippa Eilhart
- Liz Carr (Mute Witness, Devs) as Fenn
- Graham mctavish (Outlander, The Hobbit) as Dijkstra
- Kevin Doyle (Downton Abbey, Happy Valley) as Balian
- Simon Callow (A room with a view, four weddings and a funeral) as Codringher
- Chris Fulton (The Bridgertons, The Outlaw King) as Rience
Seven new roles added to the wide cast of actors
The new actors and actresses join an already wide cast in which it stands out Henry Cavill as Geralt of Rivia. In the second season of The Witcher the characters played by Anya Chalotra, Freya Allan, Joey Batey and MyAnna Buring, among others. Of course, let’s remember that Eskel’s role goes from Thue Ersted Rasmussen to Basil Eidenbenz after the former had to renounce his interpretation due to changes in the agenda caused by COVID-19.
In addition to this list of new actors, Netflix Spain has also shared a brief synopsis of the second season of The Witcher: “Convinced that Yennefer lost her life in the Battle of Sodden, Geralt of Rivia escorts Princess Cirilla to Kaer Morhen, the safest place she knows, and where she also grew up. While the kings, elves, humans and demons of All the Continent fight for power outside the walls of the fortress, Geralt must protect the girl from something much more dangerous: the mysterious power that boils within her. “