According to the СomicBook portal, the shooting of the second season of The Witcher has resumed after a break caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Earlier, four people involved in production tested positive for coronavirus, which led to the second break-in filming.
However, production of the show resumed this week, according to Redanian Intelligence. The showrunners originally planned to finish filming by February 2021 with a potential summer release for a second season. It is not clear yet whether the new break will affect the planned schedule. Filming is currently taking place at Arborfield Studios in the UK.
The first season of The Witcher was released on Netflix in December 2019 and was an immediate hit for the streaming service. Prior to its release, Netflix renewed the series for the second season of eight episodes, demonstrating faith in the series’ continued success.