When you think how much love people have vikingwhich garnered a very devoted fan base during its six seasons of History, it came as no surprise when the sequel to this hit, Vikings: ValhallaShe took over the beloved franchiseShe joined Netflix as part of the TV program 2022, and quickly became another historical fan favorite. The drama delivered a lot of action in its eight episodes and the Vikings: Valhalla Season 1 ends offered viewers a series of twists and shocking double crosses to keep us focused on what might be next.
However, this begs the question…what’s next? is Vikings: Valhalla Season 2 guaranteed? Will the cast return? When can we expect? Will Leif be even more dangerous this time? Well, we now have answers to these questions and more for you!
Vikings: Valhalla has been renewed for Season 2
Luckily everyone has fans who pondered over a series of questions that Vikings: Valhalla Season 2 must answer After this blockbuster newbie outing, you don’t have to worry that these questions will never be solved. Netflix announced back in early March, just days after the first season premiered, that Harald, Freydis, Leif, Queen Emma and the rest of the conspiracy were fighting Valhalla Gang would be returning for another series of episodes, with Season 3 already greenlit as well. And the good news just keeps coming!
Season 2 was filmed in 2021 and production wrapped in November
That’s right folks! Not only is Vikings: Valhalla Season 2 is definitely coming our way, but Netflix confirmed in its renewal announcement that the second installment of episodes was filmed back in 2021. Vikings: Valhalla The stunt performer Caroline Simonnet has done it to her Instagram In early November, letting her followers know that filming of the second season of “EPIC” had wrapped up production in Ireland.
Vikings: Valhalla Season 2 is expected to air in 2023
As you might expect, the bit of bad news is that the streaming giant just won’t burn through two seasons of Vikings: Valhalla As part of the 2022 Netflix TV schedule. Oh no, friends. They’ll keep us waiting a little longer as the upcoming season isn’t expected to debut until 2023.
In February 2022, series creator/writer/showrunner Jeb Stuart revealed to Digital Spy that he was in the process of finalizing the editing process for the season 2 finale, adding that he was “burning out to get it out”. At least that’s what it sounds like Vikings: Valhalla Season 2 will be more than ready in time for a 2023 premiere, and we may not have to wait more than a year to get all of the new adventures in our thirsty eyeballs. (Ewww… sorry.)
Most of the main cast is expected to return, and there could be a new player
Viewers who loved the way Vikings: Valhalla to water their often scheming characters brought to life and interacting with each other are definitely lucky. The main cast is expected to return for the new season, which means we’ll be getting more of the same Leo Suter (Harold), Frida Gustavson (Freydis), Sam Corlet (Leif), Bradley Freegard (King Canute), Pollyanna McIntosh (Queen Ælfgifu), Johannes Johannesson (Olaf), LauraBerlin (Queen Emma), David Oak (Godwin) and other favorites in Season 2 of the well-reviewed hit.
However, as you might imagine, we’re unlikely to see stars like Caroline Henderson (who played Jarl Haakon), Lujza Richter (Leif’s Fighting Love, Liv), Asbjørn Krogh Nissen (Jarl Kåre) or Louis Davison (Prince Edmund). ), since their characters did not survive the first season full of battles and insidious machinations.
But! There seems to be at least one very important new player on the horizon Vikings: Valhalla. early May 2022, meeting reported that Florian Munteanubest known for playing Viktor Drago Creed II and Razor Fist in Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, was added to the cast. However, it’s not entirely clear if Munteanu (who currently stars in The service provider starring Chris Pine and will soon hit the big screen as War in the highly anticipated film border areas Adaptation) is on board for season 2, the following season, or possibly both installments. However, Munteanu will portray someone else ValhallaReal life characters, General of the Byzantine Empire, George Maniakes.
We’ll see Old Testament Leif in season 2
As fans will likely recall, Leif excelled in the fight, the Vikings: Valhalla Character was quite friendly and gentle when not in a fight. But when Liv was knocked out by Olaf right in front of him in the emotional finale, that seemed to be changing. As star Sam Corlett explained TV program:
And it sounds like viewers, who have been wondering if we’d see Leif permanently become more like his dangerous father after this shocking loss, were up to something. Jeb Stuart told the outlet:
Oh boy. I feel sorry for Leif, but honestly? I can not Waiting!
The Vikings will “explore” more in Season 2.
Although we saw (or heard about) many of our favorite characters’ trips in Season 1, with some of the crew going to England and that famous bridge collapsing, Stuart revealed it Vikings: Valhalla In season 2 they will go even further. He said news week:
Sounds like Vikings: Valhalla Season 2 is shaping up to be another exciting ride full of surprises for those tuning in, and you can bet I’ll be one of them once the new season hits Netflix!