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“The Witcher”: Geralt and Triss discuss Ciri in the deleted scene from season 2; To verify!

The 2nd season of the popular ‘The Witcher’ series premiered just a few days ago on Netflix and has already broken many broadcast records, in addition to garnering multiple accolades from domestic and international critics.

To promote the new cycle, the streaming giant posted on social media a deleted scene in which Geralt de Rivia (Henry Cavill) and Triss Merigold (Anna Shaffer) discuss the dangerous powers of Princess Cirilla (Freya Allan).

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Deleted Scene – The Witcher Season 2 pic.twitter.com/qBFyoe315i

– Netflix (@netflix) December 22, 2021

Created by Lauren Schmidt Hissrich, the series is based on a literary saga written by the Polish Andrzej Sapkowski.

Geralt of Rivia (Henry Cavill), a lone monster hunter, struggles to find his place in a world where people often turn out to be meaner than beasts. But when fate leads him to a mighty witch and a young princess with a dangerous secret, the three must learn to navigate the ever-expanding and volatile continent together.

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The current round opened with 95% critics approval on Rotten Tomatoes, with a rating of 7.90 / 10, based on 21 reviews. According to a general consensus, the new cycle “widens [a série] in the best possible way – and, most importantly, it’s still a lot of fun.

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“It doesn’t matter if you’ve read and played everything or you’re totally new to this world – you’ll have fun” – Decide.

“’The Witcher’ is always a treat to watch” – Polygon.

“Season 2 develops into a more cinematic, confident iteration” – We Have a Hulk.

“The 2nd season of ‘The Witcher’ is much more confident building on the fantasy and universe created by Andrzej Sapkowski” – AV Club.

“The 2nd season of ‘The Witcher’ is better in almost every way. The result is a season that cannot be put aside and should be enjoyed by all fans of the franchise” – ComicBook.com.

The cast also includes Millie Brady, Freya Allan, Anna Shaffer, Jodhi May, Anya Chalotra and Björn Hlynur Haraldsoon.

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