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Vikings Valhalla on Netflix: What’s in store for the third and final season

Vikings Valhalla on Netflix: What’s in store for the third and final season

Despite the end of Vikings in 2020 after six seasons, fans were able to continue the adventure with the spin-off of Michael Hirst’s iconic series. This sequel, titled Vikings: Valhalla, will air from 2022 on Netflix.

Set more than 100 years after the original series, Vikings: Valhalla chronicles the heroic adventures of Ragnar’s heirs, Lagertha and company, new Norse legends such as explorer Leif Eriksson, his brave sister Fredis Eriksdotter, and the ambitious Prince of the North Harald Sigurdsson. .

Through the story of these three mythical characters, this derivative series takes us to the heart of the tension between the Vikings, torn between their pagan and Christian faiths and England. Vikings: Valhalla concludes today with the release of its third and final season. Here’s everything you need to know.

How many episodes are there for the final season of Vikings: Valhalla?

Like the previous seasons, Vikings: Valhalla season 3 has 8 episodes. And this third salvo is really the last! Netflix actually ordered a 24-episode spin-off of Vikings from showrunner Jeb Stewart, who thought of his series in this way to maximize its intrigue and its characters with a precise plot, beginning and end.

How did “Vikings: Valhalla” season 2 end?

Throughout Season 2 of Vikings: Valhalla, our heroes have been separated from each other by their separate destinies. Freud’s Eriksdotter accepts his fate as a guarantor of the faith, flying to the aid of the pagan Vikings, abandoned and tortured by those who converted him to Catholicism.

He then settles in Jomsborg to found a new Uppsala and save his family. An excellent strategist and great warrior, Freidis manages to defend his people against Olaf’s attack and kills them in battle.

He spares the life of Svein, son of King Canute and his queen consort Ælfgifu, who founded the Kattegat. Thanks to his gesture, a truce was then made between Kattegat, led by Queen Aelfgifu, and Jomsborg, led by Freidis.

On the other hand, Leif Eriksson and Prince Harald Sigurdsson of the North want to reach Constantinople to raise an army and take revenge on Olaf and King Canute. They first travel to Russia to seek help from Grand Prince Yaroslav the Wise (Markin Dorochinski), Harald’s uncle. After many vicissitudes, Leif and Harald arrive in Constantinople to join the Byzantine Emperor Romanus III and his bride Elena.

Meanwhile, many low blows and betrayals occur in England, where Emma of Normandy is now the ally and wife of King Canute. This strategic alliance is not to everyone’s taste, and some want revenge for the new unfair distribution of territories.

What is the story of the last season of “Vikings: Valhalla”?

The third and final season of Vikings: Valhalla takes place seven years after the final events of Season 2. Freidis is now the undisputed ruler of Jomsborg, which he guards with his young son Harald, while Leif and Harald enjoy the glory of becoming Emperor Romanos’ Varangians in Constantinople.

Their ingenuity and courage allowed them to win many battles and help the emperor invade many territories, such as Sicily. But both men have bigger designs.

Leif still has a desire to seek and learn, and Harald still wants to be King of Norway. Great challenges await them before each fulfills their ultimate destiny.

King Canute must establish his authority over the people of England, Denmark, and Norway, and for that he must be excommunicated by the Pope himself. And Earl Godwin intends to help the king and his wife Emma of Normandy, despite their differences.

Who is in the cast of the final season of “Vikings: Valhalla”?

The public will clearly find the series’ main cast in this final season of Vikings: Valhalla, starting with headliners Sam Corlett (Leif Eriksson), Frida Gustavsson (Fridis Eriksdotter) and Leo Suter (Harald Sigurdsson).

Also returning are Bradley Freegard (King Canute), Laura Berlin (Emma of Normandy), David Oakes (Count Godwin) and Nikolai Kinski (Emperor Romano III).

Among the new faces we find Florian Munteanu, who plays George Maniackes, the general of Emperor Romanos, Goran Visnić, who plays the famous Eric the Red, Joakim Nutterqvist, who plays Birkir, and Leander Vivey, who plays Stygri, the traveler and healer. Will get close to Freidis.

Season 3 of “Vikings: Valhalla” is available on Netflix.

Source: Allocine

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