Vikings: Valhalla is a brand new spin-off to History Channel’s signature Vikings series and is going to debut on the Netflix streaming platform by 2022. It has already been confirmed that the series is going to have three seasons. In simple words, the series is renewed till Season 3. Here is everything that we can expect from Season 1 of Vikings: Valhalla.
Vikings: Valhalla is an upcoming Netflix Original series that is created by Michael Hirst. The series is produced by MGM Productions like its predecessor has run for around 6 seasons. Vikings- the historical drama was there on Netflix in most of the regions of the world but will come to Netflix in the US and the United Kingdom. But the release date is not yet finalized, it has been updated that the series will not be there by 2024.
What about the first look of Vikings: Valhalla on Netflix?
The first look of the series Vikings: Valhalla was released as part of Netflix’s Geeked Week on 7th June 2021. After that on Netflix’s TUDUM event, the lid got lifted with a number of fresh pictures and a new trailer as well. The trailer came out with the caption that now is our time to make history and a new era of warriors is going to be there in the Vikings: Valhalla.
Is the original series Vikings available on Netflix? Will it come to Netflix or not?
Most of the regions having Netflix have seen all six seasons but still, there are two countries where people are not having the access to Vikings. We have learned that in the summer of 2021, Netflix is set to see the original Vikings series and will come out in the US and UK but not till 2024 and 2025.
Who is the cast in Vikings: Valhalla and what are they playing?
The cast members that have been confirmed to be there in the series Vikings: Valhalla are as follows.
- Sam Corlett will play Leif Eriksson.
- Frida Gustavsson is Freydis Eriksdotter.
- Leo Suter will play Harald Sigurdsson.
- Bradley Freegard plays King Canute.
- Johannes Haukur Jóhannesson portrays Olaf Haraldson.
- Laura Berlin plays Emma of Normandy.
- David Oakes is Earl Godwin.
- Caroline Henderson will play Jarl Haakon.
- Pollyanna McIntosh recurs as Queen Ælfgifu.
- Asbjorn Krogh Nissen will play Jarl Kåre.
Where will Vikings: Valhalla be filmed?
As mentioned above, pre-production has already resumed but the location is a very dear and familiar place for all the fans of Vikings: Ashford Studios, Wicklow, Ireland. This is the place where most of the Viking’s series was filmed for many years.
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