The first scene of The Witcher season 2 is revealed.
Netflix loves teasing fans of The Witcher, and now it’s finally giving us something to ponder. Previously, there was a poem on Twitter, a hilarious Christmas trailer, and a rather strange behind the scenes exclusive.
Now, the streaming giants shared the first page of the script of the upcoming season as an early Christmas gift.
The scene begins at night in a remote mountain town and shows a merchant-man along with his wife and daughter searching for a place to stay.
Season 2. Page 1.
— Netflix Queue (@netflixqueue) December 22, 2020
Geralt of Rivia (Henry Cavill) says in a voiceover:
You dogged my every footstep. But struck down others I passed on my way. Why?
The trader then goes to ask about the accommodation at the inn and doesn’t get a reply. Instead, he hears a loud screaming and looks to see his wife missing and his daughter drenched in blood.
As he races for his carriage, the merchant himself is assaulted by an unseen creature who pushes him away to his grave.
Geralt’s voiceover then says:
I was meant to end up alone, wasn’t I? So I would finally begin to be afraid?
Meanwhile, the little girl is left bawling, and fleeing for the only sign of hope she can see.
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The scene then concludes by leaving us questioning where Geralt is in all of this. Chilling, to say the least.
The second season of The Witcher season two is filming right now. However, the lead star Cavill is taking a brief respite to heal from the “minor leg muscle injury” he suffered on the set. Here’s hoping he gets better soon.
Earlier, the production of the show got halted after multiple COVID cases.