For many years we could see the impact of
cinema on television, with sitcoms shifting from the staged three-camera theatrical
set-up to the open style of single-camera shows and the finality of limited series.
In more recent years, it has also felt like television has had an impact on
movies, with loose ends intentionally left for sequels and opening up possibilities
for cinematic universes. This sequel to The Witch: Subversion has this
impact, beginning a new strand of the narrative rather than continuing the original
story. The Witch 2: The Other one adds more to the existing universe,
but audiences may be disappointed to find that the primary purpose seems to be
setting up the next film.