Vikings Valhalla Season 3 Release Date: What to Expect From This Upcoming Series?
Valhalla fans, get ready! The second season of Vikings came out on January 12, so fans now have eight more episodes to watch all at once. Just to review, the show is a continuation of the Prime Video series Vikings, which ran from 2013 to 2020. The Netflix version takes place 100 years after the original and shows how the end of the Viking Age started.
But will there be a third season of Vikings: Valhalla? Here's all the information you need, including the cast, possible storylines, and release date.
Vikings Valhalla Season 3 Release Date
When the second season was confirmed in March 2022, the show was also officially given a third season.
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Vikings: Valhalla doesn't have a confirmed release date yet, but since season 3 is already well into production, it may not be too long before the next episode shows up on Netflix.
Seasons 1 and 2 came out about 11 months apart, and we expect season 3 to follow a similar schedule. This would put the release date in late 2023 or early 2024.
We'll change this page as soon as we know when the third season of Vikings: Valhalla will start.
Who Will Be in the Cast of Vikings Valhalla Season 3?
Who comes back for season 3 of Vikings: Valhalla depends a lot on who makes it through season 2 alive. The show has shown that it is not afraid to kill off major characters. Here is the list of expected cast members of season 3:-
- Sam Corlett as Leif Eriksson
- Frida Gustavsson as Freydís Eiríksdóttir
- David Oakes as Earl Godwin
- Bradley James as Lord Harekr
- Hayat Kamille as Mariam
- Leo Suter as Harald Sigurdsson
- Bradley Freegard as King Canute
- Caroline Henderson as Jarl Estrid Haakon
- Laura Berlin as Queen Emma of Normandy
- Marcin Dorociński as Grand Prince Yaroslav the Wise
- Sofya Lebedeva as Elena
- Nikolai Kinski as Emperor Romanos
- Tolga Safer as Kurya
- Joakim Nätterqvist as Birkir
What Will Happen in Vikings Valhalla Season 3?
Expect season 3 of Vikings: Valhalla to pick up plot threads from the second chapter that weren't resolved and move them forward, with an eye toward leaving things half-wrapped up in case the show doesn't get renewed for a fourth season.
During a recent Q&A, Jeb Stuart, who is in charge of the show, said that he would love to make a second trilogy that would take Vikings: Valhalla to season 6, but he is ready for things to go differently.
“I hope we have the chance to finish that journey, but I think that parts one, two, and three are all good on their own,” he said.
“I'm glad. I'm a happy guy. I get to tell a really cool story with lots of great action and characters, and I get to work with a cast and crew that I love. What's the point of being upset?”
Stuart also said in a recent Q&A that Netflix's extra-large episode order has helped him plan the big story arcs that span the seasons.
“I knew from the start what season 3 would be about,” he said. “I knew what season 3 would be about because of the change in culture. I knew that we would have to go to the New World at some point.
“So, what does it have? How do we fill Leif's toolbox, and what does Freydis bring to get these last people who still believe in the old religion? At that time, we know what was going on in Europe. “It makes us happy. So, no, I'm not doing this one season at a time.”
This plan for the show has also helped the actors. Vikings: Valhalla star Leo Suter said he has known for a long time what will happen to his character in the long run.
He said: “As actors, it's been very helpful to see a big picture of what this show is going to look like and where these characters are going. It means that sometimes you don't have to hurry to get there because there's a lot of time.”
Is There Any Trailer for Vikings Valhalla Season 3?
As we know there is no official announcement on the release date of Vikings Valhalla Season 3. So there is no trailer yet. You can watch the trailer for Vikings Valhalla season 2 below.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Vikings: Valhalla Over?
Season 2 of Vikings' Valhalla will start on January 12, 2023. The hit first season of Vikings: Valhalla left us with a lot of questions that need to be answered in the second season. Netflix did renew the show in early March 2022.
Did Ragnar Go to Valhalla or Heaven?
Answer and Explanation: Historians haven't been able to find a real-life Ragnar Lothbrok, so we can only guess what would have happened to the character in the story. Because he was praised as a brave warrior, it is very likely that he went to Valhalla after he died.
Where Can We Watch the Vikings Valhalla?
You can now stream the historical drama series Vikings: Valhalla, which stars Sam Corlett, Leo Suter, and Frida Gustavsson on Netflix with your Roku.