The second season of “The Witcher” was again completely suspended after the crew confirmed four new crown positives

Netflix has halted filming of the second season of The Witcher in the UK after confirming four new cases of infection, according tomedia reports. All cast members and staff of the crew will be quarantined. However, there have been no confirmed cases among the cast, and stars including Henry Cavill, Anya Chalotra and Freya Allen have all been quarantined. Filming at Arborfield Studios in London will continue after security is ensured.

It was also the second time filming for the second season of The Witcher had been called off, the first of which was delayed until mid-August after a starring actor confirmed he had tested positive for the new crown, coupled with some UK outbreak policy restrictions. The show’s character, Teue Rasmussen, also abandons the show because of a period conflict caused by the new crown outbreak. Despite all the problems, the third season of “The Wizard” is on the production schedule.