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It will touch down onto the world's biggest streaming platform on Friday 17 December 2021, so get that in your diary.
The news was broken at 'WitcherCon', which featured a panel involving many of the actors who star in the show, and they also took the time to announce many of the episode titles.
Here they are:
The eighth episode title hasn't yet been revealed, because apparently it's super top secret.
Netflix also stated that the episode titles might contain a number of secret clues.
There's likely to be more that emerges from the event, but so far this is about all we know about it, other than that stars such as Anya Chalotra and Henry Cavill will return.
Furthermore, fans of the show - and the song 'Toss a Coin to Your Witcher' - might be glad to learn that Jaskier - played by Joey Batey - is back once again, and this time he's got a new rock 'n' roll look, as well.
Speaking about his new persona, Batey said: "It's definitely something,
"What a [swear word]. What a moron. What's he doing?"
This new series in the tale of Geralt of Rivia is just one of several irons that Netflix has in the fire when it comes to The Witcher universe.
There's also going to be a six-part live-action series called The Witcher: Blood Origin, that will star Sophia Brown, Laurence O'Fuarain, and - just announced the other day - Michelle Yeoh.
They're also working on an anime spin-off called The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf which is currently in development by Korean animation company Studio Mir and is aimed for release at some point in 2021.
Other than that, there's precious little that we can work with, outside of Netflix's announcement of the date that we can expect to see season two of the main season back on our telly.
Still, that's something, right?
Given how popular the initial series was, and how hotly-anticipated this season will become, it might just make up for the disappointment of the Game of Thrones finale.
OK, maybe not, but it'll go some of the way towards it.
Once again, that release date is Friday 17 December, 2021.
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