Vikings may have ended, but that doesn’t mean fans will never hear from their favorite warriors again. Netflix, which is developing the sequel to Vikings: Valhalla in Ireland, has released the first behind-the-scenes video showing the filming of the long-awaited series.
Vikings, the historical drama based on Ragnar Lodbrok’s Nordic sagas and created by Michael Hirst for the History Channel, came to a devastating end last December on the Amazon Prime Video streaming platform after six seasons of airing.
Vikings: Valhalla to air on Netflix in 2022
The series began with Travis Fimmel as the explorer-warrior Ragnar Lodbrok until the fourth season. Subsequently, events focused on his sons who carried on his legacy over the years by continuing to expand their territories across much of Europe.
Without a doubt, Vikings have become the best historical drama on television, not only because of the storytelling mixed with fiction but also because of the quality of the interpretation of each of its characters such as Lagertha, Bjorn, Ivar, Ubbe, and Floki, to name a few of those who have marked the hearts of fans.
Vikings may have ended, but that doesn’t mean fans will never hear from their favorite characters again. Netflix is currently developing a sequel to the series called Vikings: Valhalla, which will tell the story 100 years after the events of the original series. Behind-the-scenes footage from the new drama has been shared by Netflix and it shows the intense battles that will be on screen in 2022.
According to the official synopsis, Vikings: Valhalla will take place at the start of the 11th century and chronicle the legendary adventures of some of the most famous Vikings who ever lived: Leif Eriksson, Freydis Eriksdotter, Harald Hardrada, and Norman King William, says the Conqueror. . All will forge a new course as they struggle to survive in an ever-changing and evolving world.
First, behind-the-scenes footage shows the intense battles to come with the Vikings: Valhalla
The cast of Vikings: Valhalla includes Sam Corlett, Frida Gustavsson, Leo Suter, Bradley Freegard, Jóhannes Jóhannesson, Laura Berlin, David Oakes, and Caroline Henderson who establish themselves as series regulars. Stars Pollyanna McIntosh and Asbjørn Krogh Nissen will play returning characters.
Because the characters in Vikings: Valhalla will be inspired by the struggles of their original series predecessors, Michael Hirst revealed that Ragnar and Lagertha are two fan favorites who will appear again in the new Netflix series, as the Vikings reunite. in the great hall of Kattegat to shoot the great heroes.