The Witcher Season Two Prediction Guide

The Witcher Season Two Prediction Guide

I’m preparing for my fourth (yes, I said fourth) watch through of Netflix’s The Witcher, which was the greatest show of 2019. As I’m recapping in my head I wonder about all the things that could’ve been in season one that weren’t and how those items will more than likely arrive in season two. Things like why we didn’t get a clear look at Vesemir and why his character hadn’t been cast yet, or even why we didn’t get more Kaer Morhen talk. All of that led to this Witcher prediction Guide though, so be prepared to… (concluding sentence needed).

Witcher Prediction #1 – Geralt and Ciri Make it to Kaer Morhen, but Not Until Late Season Two

This one may seem a little obvious, but it doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be a prediction. We know at some point Cirilla will find herself at Kaer Morhen to begin her Witcher training, but there’s no shot that we jump from where season one ended into that training. I think early on we will get a lot of Geralt and Ciri bonding while they make their way to Kaer Morhen and a lot of people will be surprised with how late we actually are introduced to The Witcher training grounds (and Vesemir).

Prediction #2 – Yennefer Will Be Back, but not until AT LEAST Episode Three

It may be a shock to some but I don’t think we will have Yennefer back early on in season two. I think the writers will use the first three episodes to bring in new characters and get their stories started. All the while we sit in anticipation, and they let the suspense of what happened to Yennefer keep us on our toes. Then, when we least expect it, we will see a battered and bruised (potentially blinded) Yennefer trying to find who she really is yet again.

Witcher Prediction #3 – Ciri Will Begin her Training Before Kaer Morhen

This is a pretty simple one, but I predict that Geralt will have Cirilla training before they make it Kaer Morhen, and I think we will see plenty of it early on. I mean, come on, what else will she have to do as the dynamic duo makes their way home?

Prediction #4 – Vesemir Will Make an Appearance Before Geralt Arrives at Kaer Morhen

I think this will come in some form of a hunt in which Vesemir (and potential other “new” Witchers) will be introduced. This could potentially be how we get the rumored Leshen battle as well. It could also just be some random creature we see a group of Witchers fighting, and that might even lead us Geralt and Ciri showing up to save the day. Either way, we will definitely meet Vesemir before Geralt and Ciri make it to Kaer Morhen.

Witcher Prediction #5 – Geralt, Ciri, and Yennefer will NOT reunite in Season Two

I think Yennefer is going to be off doing her own thing for all season two, and potentially even longer than that. The show is rumored to play out over seven seasons, so we could potentially see Yen wandering the realm without her two most important companions for quite some time. As I mentioned earlier, I do think we will be fairly deep into season two before Yennefer is back, but once she is, I predict we will get a ton of blind Yen.

Prediction #6 – Vilgefortz Will Show His True Power

This is something that may be a stretch, but also something that I would love to see. Vilgefortz is an absolute force to be reckoned with in the books. He is also secretly in cahoots with Emhyr var Emreis, the Nilfgaardian Emperor, who is also Duny, who is Pavetta’s husband. Confusing, I know, but this helps explain tremendously. So, I expect to see Duny and Vilgefortz working together in Season two and I also predict that we will see much more of Vilgefortz magical potential as his story unfolds.

Witcher Prediction #7 – We will get another “Toss a Coin to Your Witcher” Banger

This is pure hope, but that song went so hard! We have to get another for season two you would think. Big shouts to Joey Batey for nailing that song and his role as Jaskier.

Prediction #8 – The Doppler Will Return

I’m not sure how, why, when, or as whom, but the Doppler will most definitely appear at some point throughout season two. There is too much invested into his character at this point to have him disappear the way he did and not have him be at the end of some trick. Maybe he was the Ciri Geralt met in the woods in the finale. Maybe he will pretend to be Cahir to infiltrate the Nilfgaardian Empire. He could even be a random new character that we meet who gets in with Geralt and Ciri!

Witcher Prediction #9 – Mark Hamill Will Play Vesemir

At this point, I don’t see how Lauren S. Hissrich can not cast Mark Hamill as Vesemir. I know there are loads of other potential candidates (Stellan Skarsgård, Sean Bean, or Ian McShane) that could portray the grizzled Witcher vet just as well, but Hamill has to be the one in my opinion. He would need to absolutely bomb his audition to not get the role. He would be exactly what I expected Vesemir to look like in real life and this just needs to happen (LOL).

UPDATE: Mark Hamill was extended the role of Vesemir! It’s still up in the air if he will accept, but I can’t imagine why he wouldn’t.

Prediction #10 – Philippa Eilhart Will Make an Appearance

Philippa is a sorceress known to have the extremely rare ability to polymorph. The Royal Court Mage to King Vizimir of Redania can take the form of an owl and is inherently neither good nor evil. I’m almost 100% positive Philippa will make an appearance because there has been rumors that Vizimir and Dijkstra will be making appearances in season two. If that rumor is true, you’d think it’s safe to assume that the kings loyal court mage would also appear and flex her magical prowess.

Witcher Prediction #11 – Geralt’s Company Will Begin to Form

Angoulême, Regis, Milva, and Zoltan Chivay are all members of Geralt’s Company that could begin to materialize in season two. Depending on how season two goes, any of these characters could be introduced, however, I think Zoltan makes the most sense to find his way on to the show. The other three are all pieces of Geralt’s team when he is looking for Cirilla after she disappears, and since the two haven’t even made it to Kaer Morhen, Ciri hasn’t begun training or disappeared yet, I find it a little harder to find them sneaking their way into the season.


Unfortunately for all of us, we’re still about a year out from seeing if any of these Witcher predictions come true. I know it’s a long way away, but I’m sure there will be plenty of new developments that keep our appetites satires over the coming months. Filming is set to begin soon, so be on the lookout for final character castings and other reviews here. I’m very intrigued to know what everyone else’s Witcher predictions for season two are, so be sure to comment below!

You – Season Two Review

You – Review of Netflix’s Hit Season Two

Wow. Just look at you. Sitting in that chair in the corner of coffee shop like you own the joint. You’re probably scrolling through your favorite WordPress blog… Oh wait, is that me? Is that my blog you’ve stumbled across? What’re the chances that add you just clicked misdirected you right to my page? Seems like it was fate. Seems like my post directed right… at… YOU.

If you couldn’t already tell, this week I’ll be diving head first into Netflix’s You, and why you need to give it a second chance if you weren’t in on season one.

A Little Background Info

So, You is essentially about a troubled young man who tends to fall in love extremely easily. He goes through his day to day life by stalking the girls he falls in love with, but he tries to play it off as if it’s all happening naturally. He is extremely tech savvy and uses a mixture of social media and stealth to track his women. The show is also based on the psychological thriller written by Caroline Kepnes, but both Lifetime and Netflix have taken their respective liberties in these first two seasons.

Season One of You (Lifetime)

The synopsis for season one is as follows: “The First season follows Joe Goldberg, a bookstore manager in New York, who meets Guinevere Beck, an aspiring writer, that he becomes immediately infatuated with. To feed his obsession, he soon turns to social media and technology to track her presence and eliminate any possible obstacles that stand in the way of their romance.” At first it may not draw you in, but its oh so much better than it sounds (and I thought it sounded good from the get go). I loved this first season, but as it came to a close, I was very concerned with what they would do for a second season. I think Lifetime had this same worry as they never picked the show up for season two. But thank goodness Netflix didn’t have those same worries.

Season Two of You (Netflix)

Almost immediately, Netflix reminds us that this is a new show and it will take place in a new location. They have Will, A.K.A Joe, making his way through a movie set as his inner monologue explains to us why he had to leave New York. It ultimately came down to the fact that his thought to be dead ex, Candace, returned and was planning to torture Joe with her presence. He flee’s to Cali where he meets Love, who turns out to be just as crazy as our favorite murderous boyfriend, Joe. These two have their moments, but it all leads us to quite a twist in the penultimate and final episodes. Netflix did a splendid job with season two. It almost made season one seem like a totally different show! We will definitely be in for quite the ride when Netflix releases season three in a year or so.

All in all, this show is a 10 out of 10 recommend to any and all of you reading this. It blends the perfect amount of comedy, thriller, and mystery all into one concoction that has us all wondering if we know anyone like this in our lives.


Thanks for reading! Be sure to leave your thoughts and comments below, and when you’re done you can go check out all my other content here!

Netflix’s The Witcher Review

Netflix’s The Witcher Review

Welcome back to another DustyPosts weekly review. This week I’ll be telling all of you why you MUST go watch Netflix’s The Witcher the second you finish reading. This show hasn’t even been out for two weeks yet and I’ve watched it through three times, so you already know Netflix did this show right!

The Witcher Franchise

The franchise itself has been around for roughly 40 years now and was originally written by Andrzej Sapkowski back in the 80’s. Back then it all started Polish short stories but quickly evolved as these Witcher stories grew in popularity. It had grown so much in fact that in 1996 a video game had went into development. Unfortunately, the game flared out and we would need to wait until CD Projekt Red released their rendition of the Witcher series as a video game in 2007. Since then, the series has truly taken off. The Witcher III was released in May of 2015 and is renowned as one of the greatest video games of all time. The success up until that point is ultimately what leads us to current day and Netflix beginning their own rendition of Sapkowski’s stories.

Netflix’s Plot

For the most part, Netflix’s The Witcher takes on the main portions of Sapkowski’s stories. They have, of course, taken their own creative liberties for certain pieces, but all in all we see Geralt and his companions following the same path that had previously been laid out for them. The story so far revolves around our Witcher trying to find a princess he’s destined to protect (Ciri) all while he’s accompanied by a wide array of companions (Jaskier/Dandelion, Yennefer, Triss Merigold, etc. etc.). As a Witcher, Geralt obviously kills a plethora of monsters (including some of human kind) throughout this first season of epic television, but we also get much, much more. The first season jumped around quite a bit and even confused many with its multiple timelines, but it was a perfect setup for what’s to come in season two.

Witcher Cast, Predictions, and Rumors

I do not even know where to begin with how wonderful this cast was for season one of The Witcher. Before the show was released in late December, many people were unsure of how Henry Cavil’s performance of Geralt would pan out. Countless online personalities were saying he should have been played by someone else, ranging from Travis Fimmel (Vikings, Warcraft) to Mads Mikkelson (Death Stranding, King Arthur, Hannibal). Even though seeing either of those two would have been incredible (especially Fimmel, he’s one of my favorite, most underrated actors), it’s hard to imagine anyone but Henry Cavil playing Geralt at this point. For those of you who don’t know, Cavil is a massive fan of The Witcher franchise and loses himself within the series/video games all the time. His performance along with those of Anya Chalotra as Yennefer, Eamon Farren as Cahir, and Joey Batey as the wonderful bard Jaskier, this show could not have been cast anymore perfectly.

With out spoiling season one’s ending (WARNING: potential spoilers ahead) I’d like to discuss some predictions for what we should expect to see in season two. With Geralt and Ciri finally finding each other, we have to assume season two revolves around the two of them making their way to Kaer Morhen. I cannot imagine they would jump directly into the two joining Vesemir at the training grounds for the wolf school of Witchers, but that is also a possibility. I think the former will be the case because if they jump directly into Ciri’s training they will need to introduce The Wild Hunt very early on in the show, and I think that is something they will probably want to hold on to until the finale of season two or maybe even season three. Not to mention, Freya Allen is returning as Ciri for season two so we can anticipate the 14 to 15 year old Ciri remaining within the story line rather than the older rendition of Ciri we have seen in some of the books and video games over the years.

As far as rumors go, there are not that many yet for season two. The second season has already been green lit by Netflix after its massive success and is set to begin production in early 2020. With that being said, we should expect new episodes by late 2020 or early 2021, but nothing can be for sure until writing/shooting/etc has been completed at some point in 2020. On top of that, it is spreading that Mark Hamill himself will land the role of Vesemir (come on, how could you not give it to him…), but at this point those “rumors” are pure speculation.


Thanks again for reading this week’s review. As always, please leave some feedback and give my page a follow so you can experience all of my content. I’d love to hear from all of my wonderful readers, so be sure to rate/comment often!

Rhythm + Flow Netflix Review

Rhythm + Flow Netflix Review

I can’t believe I’m already at my 20th week of recommendations for you all! I have an absolute banger for you guys this week too. If you haven’t heard, Netflix released its own music competition show in early October. The twist to many however is the fact that its actually a musical competition based around the Hip-Hop/Rap genre (which, admittedly, is my favorite genre of music). So sit back and relax, turn on with Rhythm + Flow, and get to enjoying a masterfully curated competition by T.I., Cardi B, and Chance the Rapper.

For starters, I’ve never been a massive fan of musical competition shows even though I am a huge music fan. I can’t tell you what it is, but after week two when things get serious and the comedic aspect of the show is gone, I am typically out on these types of shows. But Rhythm + Flow is different. The stories of some of these artists are beyond inspiring. The seriousness of the show mixed with the intense competition and camaraderie of the contestants is stunning. I haven’t seen the final three episodes yet, but I already know I will be eagerly awaiting season two the entire next year.

Whether you listen to Hip-Hop/Rap on the reg or absolutely despise it, you should still be giving this show a chance. Not all of the artists are for everybody, but the ones who are there for the right reasons will truly leave you touched and inspired. Thank you to Netflix, T.I., Cardi B, and Chance the Rapper for making such an amazing show!


Thanks again for reading my weekly recommendation. As always, please leave some feedback and give my page a follow so you can experience all of my content. I’d love to hear from all of my wonderful readers, so be sure to rate/comment often!