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New Images Reveal Glimpses Of The Witcher Season 2 Characters

The Witcher Season 2 released new images of the cast. The audiences get a brand new look at characters, including Sigismund Dijkstra, Graham McTavish. The Witcher Season 1 first aired on Netflix in 2019. Shortly after its premiere, the series gained massive popularity. The success of the streaming giant also favored well with fans of the source material, namely the Andrzej Sapkowski books. In addition to this, newer audiences received the show enthusiastically, finding a new favorite fantasy show in The Witcher. Henry Cavill, who plays one of the main characters, Geralt of Rivia, won great praise. The actor did a phenomenal job portraying the stoic and formidable persona of the lead character. 

The Witcher Season 2 – New characters and the new image reveals

Even before the first season rose to fame, Netflix renewed the series for another season. Following the release and the breathtaking cliffhanger that Season 1 ended with, the anticipation for Season 2 only grew stronger. To fuel the excitement, Netflix is constantly releasing new clips and trailers. So far, the show has teased Geralt connecting with Princess Ciri (Freya Allan). As well as the questions regarding Yennefer (Anya Chalotra) ‘s sudden disappearance following the Battle of Sodden Hill. Even the role of certain new characters was revealed. 

The promotional team is working hard to maintain the excitement for new characters. However, only a few of these appearances for the new season of The Witcher have been officially confirmed. These include Nivellen (Kristofer Hivju), Coen (Yasen Atour), Vereena (Agnes Bjorn), Vesemir (Kim Bodnia), Francesca (Mecia Simson), Sigismund Dijkstra (Graham McTavish), among many others.

Through the latest images disclosed by the Redanian Intelligence, we can catch the first glimpse of McTavish as Sigismund. McTavish is primarily known for his roles in Outlander and The Hobbit. In the image, the actor is donning a red jacket and wears a book-accurate bald head. The look sets him apart to look like the Redanian Spymaster. Apart from McTavish, the images also look at Geralt, Yennefer, and Ciri, Jaskier (Joey Batey), and Triss (Anna Shaffer). Here is the entire catalog of new images that made it out today. 

 

The Witcher Sigismund, played by Graham McTavish

 

The Witcher Geralt Henry Cavill
New image of The Witcher Ciri
The Witcher Yennefer
A look at the Witcher Jaskier
The Witcher Triss

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Sigismund’s mysterious involvement in The Witcher Season 2

One of The Witcher Season 2 episodes is titled “Redanian Intelligence.” This proves that the new season of The Witcher will explore the vast universe of the shows in thrilling manners. In the original content created by Sapkowski, the Redanian Intelligence is considered the most effective intelligence agency on the Continent. In addition, Sigismund, who is an expert spymaster, is responsible for running the agency. The forthcoming season deals with Sigismund, and the Redanian Intelligence only means that the show intends to flesh out the secrets about the Continent’s politics. As well as bring some controversial matters taking place in secrecy into broad daylight. 

The Witcher Sigismund, played by Graham McTavish

Although, we are still uncertain how the involvement of Sigismund will affect Geralt’s overall arc in the story. Or how he will be responsible for churning matters of significance if any. However, if we consider the source material, it would make sense if Sigismund is seen taking a questionable stance with things. 

Sigismund is a professional spy. And good as they come, the likes are known to operate furtively. Moreover, because his motivations and loyalties are still unclear, it is too soon to decide whether or not he will act as Geralt’s ally or an enemy. Thankfully, we do not have to wait for too long to get the answer to all these questions. The second season of The Witcher will premiere on Netflix on December 17.