Netflix’s Vikings: Valhalla Season 2 Debuts In 2023, Season 3 Production Starts This Spring

Netflix’s Vikings: Valhalla has been renewed for Season 3,

Just weeks after Season 1 debuted on February 25. Confirming a total of three eight-episode seasons. “Valhalla fans, thank you to the millions of you who watched (and rewatched!) the first season. The numbers are staggering and have exceeded my wildest expectations,” said Jeb Stewart, creator, showrunner, and executive producer. Vikings: Valhalla. “I’m thrilled to be able to confirm that we’ve completed and are already editing Season 2, and production on Season 3 will begin soon.”

Valhalla is a spin-off of the History Channel/Amazon Prime Video Viking series that ran for six seasons. Back in 2020, Vikings showrunner, Hurst revealed why he decided to end the show after six seasons. “I had to give these various storylines a satisfying conclusion – a conclusion that didn’t cheat in any way,” he explained. “And I felt that if I could come up with satisfying and justifiable endings, then hopefully the audience would feel the same way because I really love these characters, and that was very important to me.”

As in the original series,

Most of the conflict is due to the enmity of the Vikings among themselves – the division into pagans and Christians. The series stars Bradley Freegard, Johannes Johannesson, Laura Berlin, David Oakes, and Caroline Henderson. Stewart will executive produce alongside Morgan O’Sullivan, Michael Hurst, Sheila Hawkin, Steve Stark, James Flynn, John Weber, Sherry Marsh, and Alan Gasmer. On March 2, Netflix announced that it was suspending all future Russian projects and acquisitions. The streaming service had four original announced projects in development.

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