The Witcher Season 2: Netflix Just Confirmed A Big Fan Theory


It’s time for The Witcher fans to break out their party moves because they have been right all along.

The Prediction Coming True?

Fans of The Witcher have been through enough, and it is high time they actually get their long-awaited good news.

Even though we are not sure as to when the ultimate good news is arriving, we may have just the small one to help you sleep peacefully tonight.

Fans have long predicted that the Witcher’s Second season will have a lot to do with Oxenfurt, and Netflix just confirmed that.

The Show Getting Bigger?

Fans had some clue about Oxenfurt playing a more significant role in the second season as the set of Oxenfurt has been under construction for so long.


Netflix went all out to produce the second season as the show has a massive amount of fan following, and it actually ended up being a huge hit.

We even heard rumors that the second season’s budget is on par with a marvel show. So, it was a given that a lot of things would improve in the second season.

New Cast Members and What They Mean

Netflix just now decided to confirm every speculation about the show by revealing the final seven cast members that have been added to the second season.

Adjoa Andoh as Nenneke, Cassie Clare as Phillippa Eilhart, Liz Carr as Fenn, Graham McTavish as Dijkstra, Kevin Doyle as Ba’lian, Simon Callow as Codringher, and Chris Fulton as Rience.

This means that we are definitely getting the massive fight between Geralt and Rience in Oxenfurt.


The show has taken a lot of things and twisted it in a new way for its audience, so we may have to wait to know exactly how the events pan out.

What Does This Mean For The Show?

According to what we heard until now, we thought that Kaer Morhen would play an essential role in the second season.

But we might be wrong. With this new casting confirmation, we can be sure that Kaer Morhen and Oxenfurt will play a significant role.

As to how things go for Geralt, who goes to find some info about Ciri in Oxenfurt, it is still unknown. Maybe something terrible happened, and Eskel takes the burnt for it?

No matter what we think, we would have to wait. Stay tuned to know everything that’s happening around the second season of The Witcher.

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