The Witcher season 3: the cast of the Netflix series is full of mages

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The cast of Season 3 of the Netflix series The Witcher continues to grow with new mages alongside Henry Cavill.

After the pandemic pushed back the filming and release of The Witcher Season 2, which landed on Netflix almost two years after the end of the first season,the Lauren S. Hissrich-led series wasted no time in getting production started on Season 3. Last April, a first set photo was shared on Instagram, along with the official synopsis.

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Monarchs, mages, and creatures on the Continent will do anything to capture Ciri. Geralt will take care of hiding it, determined to protect his newly reunited family from those who threaten to destroy it. Charged with Ciri's magical training, Yennefer will lead them to the protected fortress of Aretuza, where she hopes to learn more about the young woman's yet untapped powers.

Season 3 of the series will therefore see the return of the main trio formed by the Geralt of Riv played by Henry Cavill, the Yennefer played by Anya Chalotra and the Ciri interpreted by Freya Allan, but also the arrival of new characters, especially mages. According to Redanian Intelligence, which reports most rumors and announcements regarding the license, several actors and actresses have joined the cast, starting with Ryan Hayes (Carnival Row) who will play the mage Artaud Terranova.

Michalina Olszanska

In the saga literary by author Andrzej Sapkowski,he was among the mages who sought to capture Ciri and participated in Thanedd's coup. He will be followed by Michalina Olszanska (1983), who should also play a mage, but whose identity has not yet been revealed, as will Harvey Quinn (Lockdown Kings >) and Poppy Almond who will land her first role on the small screen.

Finally, actress Kate Winter will also add her name to the credits in the role of a certain Putney, while Martyn Ellis will lend her features to the so-called Barker. They will join actors previously added to the cast: Robbie Amell, Hugh Skinner, Meng'er Zhang and Christelle Elwin. No release date has yet been revealed, but barring a new global crisis, the season should land in 2023 on the streaming platform.

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