The Witcher has created history both on paper and screens. While the book had been a best seller and a king now, the Netflix show seamlessly turned out to be one of the biggest blockbusters in the streaming giant’s history.
When the drama first released worldwide in December 2019. The fans were happy, and reviewers were surprised watching the ‘newcomer’ ruling the rating charts.
Undoubtedly, it’s the creative team, crew, and the actors who did the magic and when it comes to magic, one can never ignore Henry Cavill for he’s not just our favourite ‘Witcher’ but our most liked ‘Super-Man’ too.
Even though Cavill’s role of Geralt of Rivia in the first season was appreciated by fans worldwide, also though he was already living a ‘fame-ful’ life due to Superman, The Witcher made him famous in all the corners of the world.
However, like every actor even he was trolled by a lot many critics claiming they couldn’t connect with the character. A lot many claimed of the distant feel he made them feel with his lead role and complained of the same.
Silenced With A Smile
However, like the savvy guy he is, he was quick to respond. In a candid interview with Vanity Fair, he addressed the criticism by expressing how much he ‘understands’ the hate. Moreover, he added that he’s learning to do better through objections and is trying to make them ‘feel’ comfortable.
He added with a smile at the end that he loves his character as much as the fans do.
The Season 2 On Boards
On the other hand, The Witcher Season 2 and it has already started with its pre-production. Several of the crew members have resumed working and season two is already in the making. It is going to star Henry Cavill as the lead again while Anya Chalotra and Freya Allan have been retained too.
You can catch up on the first season on Netflix till then.