The Witcher season 2 has racked up over 142.4 million hours of viewing on the platform.

The Witcher has been imposed on the opening weekend of its second season with a lot of hours of viewing on Netflix.

Last Friday, the second season of The Witcher , the series that adapts Andrzej Sapkowski’s novels about the witch Geralt of Rivia, arrived in the Netflix catalog .

The first season of The Witcher was already a great success for the platform, and this second season points in the same direction.

Collecting official Netflix data from last week, The Witcher season 2 has racked up over 142.4 million hours of viewing on the platform.

If we stick only to English-speaking productions, we must add another 49.1 million hours that season 1 accumulated, although that season could be seen throughout the week, while the second was only available on Friday, Saturday and Sunday (for this count).

To give you a general idea of ​​what these figures imply, the second most watched series on Netflix last week was part 5 of La casa de papel , which accumulated just over 55 million hours of viewing.

Henry Cavill returns as Geralt of Rivia , accompanying Princess Ciri , played by Freya Allan , to Kaer Morhen , the stronghold of warlocks.

Meanwhile, Yennefer of Vengerberg , played by Anya Chalotra , must face the consequences of the Battle of Sodden , where her magic became, never better said, chaotic.

An ancient evil will once again threaten the Continent , as a war rages between the kingdoms to the north and the Nilfgaardian empire to the south.

With a more linear narrative, where it is more difficult to get lost for those who do not know the history of The Witcher, season 2 has improved compared to the first.

It remains to be seen if the figures, beyond its first weekend, remain and equal (or exceed) the first season.

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