Second Season of Netflix’s “The Witcher” To Be Shot In Czech Republic and Slovakia
The second season of the popular TV show “The Witcher” will be shot in Czech Republic and Slovakia, according to industry reports. Title graphics via Netflix.
Czech Rep., Jan 24 (BD) – According to IMDb, the showrunners of Season 1 of “The Witcher” chose numerous locations in Europe, including Spain, Hungary, and Poland, the home country of Polish writer Andrzej Sapkowski, who wrote the books on which the 2019 TV series is based.
According to industry sources, the set of the show, produced by Lauren Schmidt Hissrich, is to move eastwards in its second series, namely to the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Another location being discussed is the UK. The specific set locations for the upcoming series have not yet been confirmed by Netflix.
According to American media company Variety, Netflix stated that “The Witcher”, the fantasy series starring Henry Cavill, is shaping up to be its biggest first-season original series ever, with 46% of Netflix subscribers having watched the show as of the end of 2019.