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The Witcher Season 2: Release Date, New Cast, Trailer & more

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The Witcher is a Polish-American fantasy drama web television created by Lauren Schmidt Hissrich. The dark fantasy adventure is based on the novels by Andrzej Sapkowski, The Witcher Season 1 is 8 episodes long, with a second season already commissioned and Lauren Schmidt Hissrich said she’s working with Stephen D Surjik during the current situation to complete the production as soon as possible.

The Witcher is available on Netflix as Netflix’s original series – you’ll see elves, dwarfs, and an array of incredible monsters in the show. but it’s nevertheless rich with human, relatable witch stories. Wondering what to expect from the upcoming The Witcher Season 2? Read below to know everything.

The Witcher Season 2 Release Date

The Witcher Season one is launched in Dec past year. After the successful release, production was working on full capacity but during the current outbreak production has been halted but recently there is some great news for The Witcher Fans. Recent updates show that the production team is now working again & they have complete two Episodes of The Witcher Season 2 in Sep 2020.If everything goes fine you could expect The Witcher Season 2 to is all set to be released by Mid 2021

Updates from the Creator of The Witcher 2 

The Witcher Season 2 Cast

We expecting new members in The Witcher Season 2 cast so according to the reports these could be our The Witcher cast

  • Henry Cavill as Geralt
  • Anya Chalotra as Yennefer
  • Freya Allan as Ciri
  • Yasen Atour as Coen
  • Paul Bullion as Lambert
  • Agnes Bjorn as Vereena
  • Aisha Fabienne Ross as Lydia
  • Kim Bodnia as Vesemir
  • Mecia Simson as Francesca
  • Thue Ersted Rasmussen as Eskel

The Witcher Season 2 Trailer

As per reports since the The Witcher Season 2 is under production and only 2 episodes are finished so we could expect The Witcher Season 2 trailer super soon but we have some latest news about it

The Witcher Season 2 Latest News

We expect four familiar witchers joining the cast for season 2, two of whom we know the casting choices for. Geralt’s own grizzled old father figure Vesemir will make an appearance. His long-time witchering peer Eskel will join in as well. Paul Bullion can be seen as a Sarcastic jerk . Lambert will be played by and foreign-transplant witcher Coën will be played by Yasen Atour.

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10 scariest moments in Stranger Things

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I love to watch Stranger Things around Halloween, and this year is no different. The show has elements of fantasy and horror, but it’s not usually gory. The scariest moments in the series are usually creepy because they’re suspenseful, unnerving, sad, or downright horrifying.

A scary scene does not always include violence. The most frightening moments on the popular series come in all shapes and sizes.

Without further ado, here are the top ten scariest moments in Stranger Things.

1. Season 1, Episode 1: Will sees the Demogorgon

Without a doubt, one of the scariest scenes in the series is when Will is stalked by the Demogorgon while riding home from Mike’s in the very first episode. The scene does a great job of building tension, and Noah Schnapp does a great job of appearing terrified and desperate.

The part where Will runs into the tool shed, shakily loading a gun to protect himself, only to be attacked by the monster gives me chills every time.

2. Season 1, Episode 2: Barbara is dragged away by the Demogorgon

A lot of Stranger Things fans really love Barbara, but I never really liked her. Nancy was just trying to have a good time at Steve’s and Barb was a real downer. Come on, Barb, Nancy needed a wing woman!

Regardless, I don’t think she deserved to die, especially not the way she did. The sound of Barb’s screams as she’s being dragged away by the Demogorgon is heart-wrenching because you know she is never going to climb out of that pool.

3. Season 1, Episode 4: Hopper realizes Will’s body is fake

The scene in episode 4 when Hopper goes to the morgue to look at Will’s body is incredibly suspenseful. Will’s body looks so real, and you can tell that Hopper is conflicted about how to handle the situation. However, the moment he touches Will’s body, he knows that something is wrong.

The way that he cuts open the dummy and pulls out all of the stuffing inside creeps me out every time.

4. Season 1, Episode 7: Eleven sees Barb’s body

Whoever works in the special effects department on Stranger Things deserves a raise for making Barb’s body look so disgusting. In this episode, the gang breaks into the middle school so that they can make Eleven a makeshift sensory deprivation tank. Using her powers, Eleven comes across Barb’s rotting corpse in the Upside Down.

Eleven is filled with dread as she walks towards Barb’s body, which is greenish-purple and covered in otherworldly goo, and that slug crawling out of her lifeless mouth was enough to make me gag.

5. Season 2, Episode 3: The Mind Flayer takes control of Will

At the start of season 2, Will is severely traumatized by his ordeal in the Upside Down. He is clearly struggling, which is only amplified when he starts seeing visions of a huge, spider-like shadow. Will hides from the monster, but after taking some advice from Bob, he decides to confront it.

The monster’s smoky tentacles pursue him through the middle school and at the last minute Will stops, yelling at the monster to “go away.” Obviously, this doesn’t work and Will is frozen as the Mind Flayer takes control of him. Will is powerless to stop the monster’s onslaught and the viewer feels equally helpless watching him.

6. Season 2, Episode 5: Will collapses in agony

After Hopper becomes trapped in a tunnel leading to the Upside Down, Joyce, Bob, Will, and Mike come to his rescue. Soon enough, scientists from Hawkins Lab arrive on the scene to set the tunnel on fire. However, since Will is connected to the Upside Down, he feels the fire burning him as well. Will starts convulsing in agony and collapses on the ground, his face contorted in anguish. The viewer can clearly tell that something is very wrong with Will.

7. Season 2, Episode 9: The Mind Flayer lives

At the end of season 2, Eleven closes the gate to the Upside Down and seemingly defeats the Mind Flayer. At the same time, Joyce, Nancy, and Johnathan are able to free Will from the monster’s control. The kids attend their school’s winter dance and finally have a moment of peace.

However, they are not as safe as they think. “Every Breath You Take” by The Police plays as it’s revealed that the Mind Flayer is still alive and planning its revenge.

8. Season 3, Episode 3: Eleven spies on Billy and Heather

At the end of the previous episode, Billy abducts fellow lifeguard Heather Holloway per the Mind Flayer’s instructions. After noticing Billy’s strange behavior, Eleven and Max decide to spy on him. Using her powers, Eleven finds Billy hunched over with the sounds of Heather’s pleading echoing around them. Billy turns around and seemingly perceives Eleven.

Later, Eleven finds Heather in a bathtub. The young woman begs for help, but she is dragged away before Eleven can do anything. It’s an unnerving scene because you know that when you next see Heather, she will never be the same.

9. Season 3, Episode 5: The Flayed dissolve into slime

I’ve said it once and I’ll say it again: I hated watching all of those people binging on chemicals before dissolving into one huge, rotting mass. Imagine being taken control by a being so powerful that you instantly forgo everything that makes you human.

It seems like the chemicals helped the Flayed decompose faster, so when the Mind Flayer needed them they would be ready to liquefy.

10. Season 3, Episode 8: The Mind Flayer is defeated and Hopper “dies”

I now know that Hopper is actually alive and being kept prisoner in Russia, but the scene where he dies so that the Mind Flayer can be defeated keeps me on the edge of my seat. There is a great contrast between the battle between the Mind Flayer and the kids and the fight between Joyce, Hopper, and the Russians to close the gate for good.

When Hopper realizes that he must die in order for Joyce to close the gate in time, the look he gives her absolutely breaks my heart.

Next: Stranger Things season 4 resumes filming

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History preps restoration competition series starring Tim Allen, Richard Karn

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A+E Networks’ History has commissioned a 10-part unscripted competition series featuring former Home Improvement stars Tim Allen (Last Man Standing) and Richard Karn (Pen15).

Assembly Required (working title) will trace Allen (pictured left) and Karn (right) as they spotlight some of the most talented builders in America who will compete to transform ordinary but dilapidated household items into impressive creations from their home workshops.

Each episode of the building competition format will also see Allen and Karn diving into the unique history associated with these items to celebrate the men and women who crafted them, and the techniques used.

Assembly Required is slated to premiere in 2021 on History.

The series is produced by Wheelhouse Entertainment’s Spoke Studios, ITV America and Boxing Cat Entertainment.

Allen and Karn will serve as executive producers alongside Brent Montgomery, Ed Simpson, Joe Weinstock, Will Nothacker, Simon Thomas, Vince Cariati and Katherine D. Fox.

History’s Eli Lehrer, Mary E. Donahue and Max Micallef are also listed as executive producers. 

In addition, Wheelhouse Entertainment’s marketing arm, Wheelhouse Labs, will work jointly with History’s advertising sales team to invite and secure brands that want to link with the competition series.

In a statement, History EVP and GM Eli Lehrer said the network is looking forward to partnering with Allen and Karn — “America’s beloved duo” — and added: “We hope this series will inspire viewers to think twice about throwing out that old item, roll up their sleeves and rebuild it better.”

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Ben Affleck Is Reportedly Moving Ana de Armas Into His $20 Million “Dad Pad”

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Although there’s been a brief lull in the onslaught of paparazzi photos of Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas swilling Dunkin’ iced coffees while walking their dogs, sharing risky mid-pandemic kisses, and riding off into the sunset on a motorcycle built for two, things between the couple definitely aren’t cooling off just yet.

According to sources who spoke to The Sun, Affleck has officially moved into the $20 million Pacific Palisades mansion he bought following his separation from Jennifer Garner in 2018 and is preparing the home for his “fiancée-in-waiting” to join him. Rumors the pair were planning on living together first started in late August after BenAna were spotted moving many large suitcases across town.

An “insider” revealed more about the mansion, which the Sun insists on calling a “dad pad.” “This house has become Ben’s sanctuary, and it’s been the ideal place for him to make a totally fresh start. The kids spend a ton of time there and Ben has decked it out to incorporate his clean lifestyle plus offer them features to make it lots of fun when they come over.” Those features include a playset, large trampoline, ping-pong table, and pool with a waterslide, all situated on half an acre of land one mile from Garner’s Brentwood home.

And apparently, Affleck isn’t just taking his relationship with de Armas to the next level by living together— he also has plans to propose to her very soon. “There’s a lot of talk that Ben and Ana will make things official soon, and that this will serve as their main LA home,” the source said. “They spend a ton of time here at the moment, although Ana has still kept her place in Venice Beach. But they’re head over heels in love and in this for the long term, so their mutual friends are convinced it’s just a matter of timing before they’re engaged.”

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