The Witcher is a heroic story of destiny and family. Geralt of Rivia, a sole monster hunter, scraping to find his position in a world where people prove more devious than beasts. But when fate forces him toward the ultimate sorceress, and a young princess with a hazardous secret, the three must get habituated to navigate the increasingly explosive Continent together.”
Multiple casting announcements were freshly made for Season 2 of Netflix’s The Witcher, comprising several new witchers like Lambert, Eskel, and even Vesemir. It’s a thrilling period for fans of the first season, as the second season is already under construction, and it seems like the actors are equally exhilarated about it. For example, Paul Bullion (Peaky Blinders), who’s known as Lambert in the series, seems absolutely electrified to be part of this world.
History of The Witcher
The first season of the show intensely focuses on Geralt, Yennefer, and Ciri and rightly so but there’s one significant lacking aspect which is the number of witchers. Authoritatively, they are the only handful and far between, so it makes sense that Geralt would never cross paths with another living witcher during the first season, but the other Wolf School witchers like Lambert have emerged as something of fan-favorite characters because of the video games from CD Projekt Red. So, that so many will appear in Season 2 is a bit stimulating and exciting, and Bullion is aware of this.
Thoughts of Bullion
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What – A – Production. What a world to step into! Pumped to join the team 🐺⚔️
"Lambert, Lambert – What a prick!" pic.twitter.com/2CKZJjOx6B
— Paul Bullion (@PaulBullionLive) February 21, 2020
“What – A – Production,” Bullion tweeted when the casting was announced. “What a world to step into! Pumped to join the team.”
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