Season 2 of ‘The Witcher’ Will Fix ‘Most Controversial’ Thing About the Show

Photo credit: Katalin Vermes - Netflix
From men's health
Witcher season 2 has solved the "most controversial" problem with the Netflix show, according to show runner Lauren Schmidt Hissrich.
The game adaptation series with Henry Cavill has been a hit with fans, but many have complained that the many timelines have made the story too confusing.
But it seems that this will not be a problem in season two as all characters will exist on the same timeline.
Photo credit: Katalin Vermes - Netflix
"Obviously it was one of the most controversial parts of the first season and I didn't expect it to be as controversial as it was, but it's something I still stand behind in storytelling," Hissrich told The Wrap .
"But what's great is that [the characters] have overlapped now. So what we'll see in season two is that all of our characters exist on the same timeline.
"However, what allows us to act historically is to play with time in a different way. We can do flashbacks, we can do flashbacks, we can actually integrate time in a completely different way than we were . " not to do in season one. "
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Hissrich teased the introduction of new witches, including Geralt's (Cavill) mentor Vesemir, played by Kim Bodnia of Killing Eve.
"Probably my favorite additions for season two are the new wizards," she said. "Really, in season one we met Geralt and he's our prime example of a witcher. And then there's another witcher, Remus, whom we meet in episode 103 that dies quickly.
"So for us it was really about getting Geralt back to his roots and learning where he came from and what his story is and what his sense of family is."
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