The Witcher season 2 is removing one its most controversial aspects – the multiple timelines

You can put pen and paper away. The second season of The Witcher won't have multiple timelines for its characters, which has been officially confirmed by showrunner Lauren S. Hissrich.
The numerous timelines in which The Witcher's first season alternated between Yennefer's ancestry, Ciri, who leaves Cintra, and Geralt's many, many adventures on the monster hunt over several decades was a storytelling device without warning came and didn't quite land. Season 2 will do things differently.
"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," Hissrich told The Wrap. "But what's great is that they overlap now. So in season 2, we'll see that all of our characters exist on the same timeline."
But that doesn't mean The Witcher isn't done with the times yet. "We can do flashbacks, we can do flashbacks, we can integrate time in a completely different way than we could in season 1," teases Hissrich.
While we are unlikely to see a lost style. "We have to go back, Geralt!" It's reassuring to know that next time events on the continent will be at least a little easier to follow.
Hissrich's words are repeated in our interview with the Showrunner in December. There Hissrich said: "What is great about season two, I can tell you, is that the story becomes much more focused in what we wrote. The story has a stronger drive because all the relationships we have in the first season, actually come into play in season two. "
So it seems that streamlined stories in the second season of The Witcher are generally the way forward. Throw a coin at the one who decided to give up the schedules.
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