The Witcher Season 2’s Production Halted Due To New COVID-19 Cases

It’s been revealed that production on Netflix’s The Witcher Season 2 has been put on hold due to multiple COVID-19 cases. It’s being reported by Deadline that the production is now in a state of chaos due to the sheer number of new COVID cases.

The Netflix-made TV series was being filmed at Arborfield Studios in the UK. It’s located roughly about 40 miles away from West London and according to the media outlet, Deadline, the production crew were informed via email that things of the show have been put on hold.

However, Netflix did inform them that they could still be paid throughout the new hiatus, which is the show’s second this year. The show was put on hold when the UK issued a nationwide lockdown.

Production on The Witcher Season 2 has been put on hold due to new COVID-19 cases


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Here’s what a  source close to The Witcher production team told Deadline:

We have made the decision, effective immediately, to pause production for two weeks during this difficult time… this will allow everyone the time to make informed decisions about how to move forward.

However, The Witcher isn’t the only show being filmed in the UK that’s been put on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It was revealed via the BBC that they were halting production on Line of Duty Season 6 and Peaky Blinders Season 6.

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