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The Witcher Season 2 Might Introduce Leo Bonhart

It’s being reported that The Witcher Season 2 might feature Leo Bonhart, a bounty hunter and previously a professional soldier from Ebbing.

This news comes courtesy of We Got This Covered who’s sources informed them that the show’s writers are thinking of bringing the character into Season 2.

The Witcher Season 1 proved to be a real hit on the streaming platform and Netflix has already greenlit Season 2.

This means a whole load of new characters will be introduced in Season 2.

According to WGTC, The Witcher Season 2 will, “Give us an early look at the character of Leo Bonhart, an infamous bounty hunter and an all-around sadistic thug who has no sense of honour and lives by his own code.”

Bonhart is in the last three of The Witcher books and becomes one of the main characters in the novels.

The character is often described as a calculating man who’s also pretty stern and menacing.

The Witcher Season 2 could bring in Leo Bonhart

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Henry Cavill is Geralt of Rivia in The Witcher (Credit: Netflix)

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He enjoys hacking people to death and often kills people with his bare hands.

Bonhart has also killed three Witchers in the books. He’s not somebody that fans of the books are especially fond of.

He would make a great antagonist for The Witcher Season 2.

I’d be interested to see who they might get to play the role.

A lot of fans of the books and the video games have voiced their support for Stephen Lang to play Leo Bonhart in the show.

He would make a very good Leo Bonhart and displayed in Don’t Breathe that he can be a very intimidating on-screen presence.

What do you make of this news? Would you like to see Leo Bonhart in The Witcher Season 2?

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