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The Witcher season 2 receives 90 percent plus Rotten Tomatoes Score

The Witcher season 2 receives 90 percent plus Rotten Tomatoes Score

The critics of Rotten Tomatoes have spoken their minds after streaming Netflix’s latest follow-up to Andrzej Sapkowski‘s based fantasy series, The Witcher season 2. The show has received multiple positive reviews, earning it a fresh label on the review aggregation portal.

The WItcher season 2 certainly has critics sold on the show better than season 1 could, thanks to its higher stakes narrative and stunning action sequences featuring Freya Allen‘s Ciri and Henry Cavill‘s Geralt. The first season received an average response and clocked in 68% on RT, though not too low to receive a “Rotten” score.

The WItcher RT score dominates Squid Game & other Disney Plus MCU shows

The RT score for The Witcher season 2 currently stands at 96% and surprisingly surpasses Netflix’s very own Squid Game, the platform’s most-watched TV show of 2021. Added, it also dominates all of MCU’s latest Disney Plus show ratings (Loki (92%), WandaVision (91%), The Falcon and the Winter Soldier (89%), What If…? (93%), and Hawkeye (92%)

The creators of the show have already been greenlighted to work on season 3 of The Witcher. So there’s no question Netflix has its hopes set high for the acclaimed fantasy series.

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“What I will say about the third season,” showrunner Lauren S. Hissrich said earlier during a panel this year, “the writers are back in Los Angeles diligently working while I am here getting to do this, so I’m grateful for them. […] It’s a really fun season, and it follows a particular book very closely, has a lot of action, some death… some death.”

The Witcher had a few new characters introduced such as Kristofer Hivju playing as Nivellen Kim Bodnia as Vesemir, Agnes Bjorn as Vereena, Paul Bullion as Lambert, Meica Simon as Francesca, Yasen Atour as Coen, Aisha Fabienne Ross as Lydia and others.

The Witcher season 2 is currently streaming Netflix




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