Production of Netflix show The Witcher has reportedly been placed on maintain after 4 folks engaged on it examined constructive for coronavirus.
Season two of The Witcher is claimed to have seen manufacturing halted for a second time this 12 months due to a number of constructive coronavirus circumstances.
The Witcher is being filmed in the UK with the cast lately spotted filming at Low Force Waterfall, close to Barnard Castle, County Durham final month.
Actress Anya Chalotra, who performs Yennefer of Vengerberg, and her co-star Freya Allan, who stars as Princess Cirilla of Cintra, have been spotted by followers on the magnificence spot.
There’s no phrase but on when manufacturing will resume however Netflix is finishing up checks on all cast and crew.
However, the constructive circumstances are usually not mentioned to be among the many lead cast and people affected are actually isolating, the Daily Express experiences.
Production solely resumed on season two of The Witcher in August this 12 months after a shutdown in March, however it seems to be like there might be one other delay in the collection now.
There isn’t any concrete launch date from Netflix as but however the brand new collection is anticipated to be launched in 2021.
It is known Netflix will resume work on The Witcher season two as soon as it deems the set is absolutely protected once more.
Season two filming first began in February 2020 however sadly the show noticed manufacturing suspended again in March after Britain went into lockdown.
While the shutdown was solely initially supposed to be for a pair of weeks, the UK lockdown noticed this stretch to a number of months.
The first halt got here as actor Kristofer Hivju – higher often called Tormund Giantsbane in Game of Thrones – revealed he had examined constructive for Covid-19.
Hivju has now absolutely recovered after he was quarantined for a number of weeks and up to date followers through his Instagram account again in April.
Netflix declined to remark.