Destiny simply won’t stand for that. Ciri’s premonition in the final episode — “Who is Yennefer?” — was the first step to the trio uniting, but first they have to answer, “Where is Yennefer?” After unleashing the full power of her magic during the finale’s epic battle, Yennefer of Vengerberg, played by Anya Chalotra, disappeared. “I’m your destiny?” Ciri asks him. The Witcher returns to Netflix on December 17. In the season-two trailer, they learn to survive together, navigating bloody political battlefields wherever they go. Here's the first teaser trailer for Season 2, premiering December 17 on @netflix. Related

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Tags: What you've all been waiting for, Witcher family. It’s been over a year and a half since the Netflix series (based on the book series adapted into a video-game series) left off, converging its timeline-hopping story line. Yeah, a whole con. “You’re much more than that, Cirilla.” Bet that line killed at WitcherCon, Netflix’s virtual celebration of the franchise. #WitcherCon pic.twitter.com/TT4yYttA5F— The Witcher (@witchernetflix) July 9, 2021

Long, long ago, in the season-one finale of The Witcher, two out of the three main characters — sexy Legolas himself, played by Henry Cavill, and Princess Cirilla, played by Freya Allan — were finally united on their quests.