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In 9 days, Netflix will finally pull the plug on an extremely popular series universe

by Tommy

One of the most popular series universes of the last decade is coming to an end at Netflix. With the final season of Vikings: Valhalla, we have to say goodbye to Ragnar’s legacy

Few series in the last 11 years have produced a character as popular as Ragnar Lodbrok in Vikings. Since his portrayal of the legendary Viking, Travis Fimmel has risen to the Olympus of series lead actors for many. After Vikings, Netflix continued with the sequel Vikings: Valhalla, set over 100 years later. But the final hour of the series universe was soon upon us

Season 3 of Vikings: Valhalla will be released on Netflix in just a few days, bringing the Vikings series universe to an end.

This is what the Vikings sequel Vikings: Valhalla on Netflix is all about

Netflix has put a lot of money and sweat into Vikings: Valhalla. Huge sets, detailed Vikings costumes and epic battles are sure to captivate fans of Vikings. Instead of Ragnar’s family around Lagertha and his sons Björn, Ivar & Co., Valhalla clearly focuses on three characters across all three seasons: the two siblings Freydis (Frida Gustavsson) and Leif Eriksson (Sam Corlett) as well as the Norwegian prince Harald Sigurdsson (Leo Suter).

Vikings: Valhalla begins in season 1 around 180 years after the Vikings finale. Many Vikings now live in England, but are feared there by the prevailing Christianity. In the so-called St. Brice’s Day Massacre, King Æthelred has all the Vikings living in his kingdom murdered.

The siblings Leif and Freydis from Greenland stumble into Denmark’s Viking capital Kattegat a year later for a retaliatory meeting of King Knut. Together with Prince Harald, the king assembles combat units to take revenge on the Christian king for the massacre. Two well-known Vikings characters also make an appearance in season 1

In the trailer for season 3 of Vikings: Valhalla, the shreds fly:

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