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Vikings Valhalla season 2: Will there be another series?


Vikings Valhalla is a Netflix sequel to the original Amazon Prime Video historical drama. Set a century after the rule of notorious Viking leaders such as Ragnar Lothbrok (played by Travis Fimmel), a new era of the Viking Age has begun. Express.co.uk has all you need to know about the future of the series.

WARNING: THIS STORY CONTAINS SPOILERS

Will there be another series of Vikings Valhalla?

The new series follows descendants of some of the most famous Vikings in history as they embroil themselves in a religious war.

The Christian and Pagan Vikings have lived harmoniously for some time, but following the St Brice’s Day Massacre, the peace is unsettled.

Kattegat is just one of the kingdoms that falls target to those who wish to rid the world of alternative religious customs.

The season one finale definitely set things up for another season and fans will be delighted to hear another two instalments have already been ordered.

Ahead of the show’s initial release, the show was given a three-season order with at least 24 episodes.

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When will Vikings Valhalla season 2 be released?

Fans will be pleased to hear filming for the second season has already wrapped, in November 2021.

At this moment in time, an official release date has not been given, but viewers should not have to wait too long.

With filming already complete, the new episodes may air before the end of 2022.

What is known is that the season should consist of eight episodes and they will all be released at the same time.

Fans have taken to Twitter to share their thoughts on the historical drama so far.

Debbie Blackman said: “#LeoSuter has stolen every show he has been in even if he isn’t the lead character.

“It’s always him who gives the better performance #VikingsValhalla.”

There is a tribute to Ragnar Lothbrok in the opening moments of the series.

Paul James commented: “I started watching #VikingsValhalla saw this…It’ll take a hell of a lot to live up to Ragnar from the original series, but I can’t wait to watch this @NetflixValhalla.”

Vikings: Valhalla is on Netflix now.



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