‘The Witcher’ Season 3 Volume 2′ Trailer: Netflix Really Doesn’t Want You To Miss Henry Cavill’s Farewell As Geralt

So, what’s a studio to do when they can’t have any talent out there doing press for an upcoming project due to the strikes? Well, in the case of Netflix and The Witcher season three, they’re just flooding the zone with trailers. A week after the last trailer, and with the second half of the season arriving in just three days, they’ve dropped another one for some stupid reason.

We get it. Henry Cavill is hanging it up as Gerald of Rivera, and next season it’ll be Liam Hemsworth slaying monsters and hanging out with princesses.  People are going to watch, okay, Netflix? It’ll be alright.

Here’s the synopsis, same as the last synopsis: As monarchs, mages, and beasts of the Continent compete to capture her, Geralt takes Ciri into hiding, determined to protect his newly-reunited family against those who threaten to destroy it. Entrusted with Ciri’s magical training, Yennefer leads them to the protected fortress of Aretuza, where they hope to uncover more about the girl’s untapped powers; instead, they discover they’ve landed in a battlefield of political corruption, dark magic, and treachery. They must fight back, put everything on the line – or risk losing each other forever.

The huge ensemble consists of Anya Chalotra, Freya Allan, Joey Batey, Myanna Buring, Eamon Farren, Mimî M Khayisa, Royce Pierreson, Anna Shaffer, Mecia Simson, Tom Canton, Mahesh Jadu, Graham McTavish, Cassie Clare, Hugh Skinner, Wilson Mbomio, Lars Mikkelsen, Terence Maynard, Simon Callow, Liz Carr, Therica Wilson-Read, Safiyya Ingar, Rochelle Rose, Michalina Olszanska, Robbie Amell, Jeremy Crawford, Bart Edwards, Aisha Fabienne Ross, Christelle Elwin, and Meng’er Zhang.

The Witcher season three part two hits Netflix on July 27th.

Travis Hopson
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