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Now, the sword-swinging, globe-trotting adventure continues. Vikings: Valhalla returns for a second season debuting Jan. 12, 2023, for more epic antics of the brave trio Leif Eriksson (Sam Corlett), the most famous Viking explorer in history; his strong-willed sister, Freydís Eiríksdóttir (Frida Gustavsson); and Harald Sigurdsson (Leo Suter), the ambitious prince of Norway.




Vikings: Valhalla - Season 2


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As the trailer shows, season 2 finds our heroes shortly after the tragic fall of Kattegat, an event that has shattered their dreams and altered their destinies. Finding themselves suddenly fugitives in Scandinavia, they are forced to test their ambitions and courage in worlds beyond their familiar fjords.


Vikings: Valhalla, or simply Valhalla, is a historical drama streaming television series created by Jeb Stuart for Netflix. It is a sequel to History's Vikings, filmed in County Wicklow, Ireland. Set one hundred years after the events of Vikings, the series chronicles the beginning of the end of the Viking Age, marked by the Battle of Stamford Bridge in 1066. The 8-episode first season premiered on February 25, 2022. With a 24-episode order announced in November 2019, the series was officially renewed for a second and third season in March 2022. The second season premiered on January 12, 2023. The third season is set to premiere in 2024.


On January 4, 2019, alongside the announcement that Vikings would end after its sixth season, it was announced that Michael Hirst and MGM Television were developing a spin-off series with writer Jeb Stuart.[5] On November 19, 2019, it was announced that this series, titled Vikings: Valhalla, would take place a century after the end of the original series and would be released on Netflix.[6] The 24-episode series was made by MGM Television, and filmed primarily in Ireland, working from the same Ashford Studios in County Wicklow. The series focuses "on the adventures of Leif Erikson, Freydis, Harald Hardrada and the Norman king William the Conqueror".[7]


On March 9, 2022, the series was officially renewed for a second and third season.[8] On November 21, 2022, it was announced that the second season would premiere on January 12, 2023.[9]The third season is set to premiere in 2024.[10]


Other actors include German actress Yvonne Mai has been cast as Merin, and Bill Murphy has been cast as Ödger. Irish actors Alan Devine has been cast as the Ealdorman of Kent and Gavin O'Connor will portray the Ealdorman of East Anglia. Devine and Bosco Hogan have previously appeared in Vikings as Ealdorman Eadric in the second season and Abbot of Lindisfarne in the fifth season, respectively.[11] Jack Mullarkey has been cast as a character named Toke.[13] Joakim Nätterqvist will portray Birkir,[14][15] and Ethan Dillon[16] was cast as Vestian.[17][18]


New cast members for the second season include: Bradley James as Harekr, Hayat Kamille as Mariam, Marcin Dorocinski as Grand Prince Yaroslav the Wise, Sofya Lebedeva as Eleana[19] and Nikolai Kinski as Emperor Romanos[20]


Production on the second season wrapped in November 2021. [26] Directors include the BAFTA-winning Danish director Niels Arden Oplev, Steve Saint Leger who directed several episodes of Vikings[11] and Hannah Quinn.[21]


The musical score for the first season was composed by the Trevor Morris. Amalie Bruun of Myrkur provided the kulning vocals for the opening credits.[28] The series also made heavy use of music from the album The Word as Power by Lustmord, which was also featured in Season 6 of Vikings.[citation needed]


The review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes reported a 90% approval rating for the first season, based on 29 reviews, with an average rating of 7.0/10. The website's critical consensus reads, "Reveling in the glory of straightforward adventure storytelling, Valhalla is a bloody-good dramatization of Leif Eriksson's conquests."[29] Metacritic gave it a weighted average score of 70 out of 100 based on reviews from 13 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews".[30]


The second installment of Netflix's scheduled trilogy of Jeb Stuart's Vikings: Valhalla sees the season end with new revelations and a major death in the finale entitled, "The Reckoning." Throughout Season 2, we witness the frayed journey of our three main characters as Freydis Eriksdotte (Frida Gustavsson) separates from Leif Erikson (Sam Corlett) and Harald Sigursson (Leo Suter). While Freydis' journey takes her to the legendary Viking stronghold of Jomsborg to give birth to a son, Leif and Harald set off on a daring journey across the dangerous waters of the Baltic Sea to the major city of Constantinople. Though no longer together, the three each have an intriguing end to the second season that leaves the show primed for a third and final season.


So she goes and finds a person Aelfwynn gave up while being tortured known only as "The Bear." She takes a guard with her to hunt down this man who is later identified as John Fletcher. She kills him but not before taking something from him to give to Gytha after she marries Godwin. It is a ring that Emma instructs Gytha to never take off. It is clear that Godwin is spooked by the ring as it is displayed later as the two consummate their union. What does the ring symbolize? Was Aelfwynn's death a part of Earl Godwin's plan all along? These are just a few of the questions that remained unanswered as we await a third season of the show due out some time next year.


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The first season of Vikings spin-off Vikings: Valhalla had a lot to recommend it, from its sprawling cast of major characters and nuanced exploration of the tension between politics and religion to its massive action setpieces and incredible production values. But after a first season that saw a Viking army literally bring down London Bridge, many viewers are probably wondering where on earth the second season of Valhalla could possibly go next. And the answer is: Literally everywhere.


The show starts where the last season left off. Forkbeard has invaded Kattegat, putting Olaf's own bid for the throne into doubt. While Freydis and Harald have a choice to set up lives elsewhere or fight for the throne.


There's actually a lot to catch up on if you are coming to Vikings: Valhalla afresh. Not only is there the entirety of season 1 on Netfix to watch, there are six seasons of its award-winning predecessor, Vikings, available on Hulu in the US, and Amazon Prime Video in the UK.


"We're already in prep on season 3," he said. "There's a lot under the dam already that is exciting and big. We've got several great characters and we've got stories in different countries and things like that.


"I think that you almost need to be able look over the horizon. When I was out pitching it, I was trying to pitch it as a multi-season thing, because that way I can develop those characters in the storylines over a longer, longer throw."


A number of key players are returning to the Vikings: Valhalla cast for season 2, with Sam Corlett (Chilling Adventures of Sabrina) leading the charge as Leif Eriksson, while Leo Suter (Sanditon) plays his trusted ally Harald Sigurdsson.


Meanwhile, writer Jeb Stuart has teased that descendants of characters from the original Vikings series could appear in later seasons of Valhalla, which would provide some fan-pleasing connecting tissue between the two shows.


The first season finale of Netflix's Vikings: Valhalla left Leif Erikson (Sam Corlett), his sister, Freydís Eiríksdóttir (Frida Gustavsson), and Prince Harald Sigurdsson (Leo Suter) in shock after the tragic fall of Kattegat at the hands of Olaf's forces. It's a destiny-changing turn of events that reflects the real history that ushered in the beginning of the end of the Viking Age.


In the season finale battle, the murder of his love, Liv (Lujza Richter), introduced us to the berzerker version of the character as he violently wiped out a swath of Kåre's followers. Sam Corlett says that the release of grief and rage has freed his character to move forward.


"Historically, we know that Jomsborg existed. Archaeologists think they have found it, or they may have found it, but we don't know that definitively," Stuart says of the real-life events that shape this season's storyline for Freydis. "We do know that the Jomsvikings existed. We know that some of the Jomsvikings fought with Olaf in their pagan days raiding England and things like that. We know that they were incredible warriors. And we know that they were the last sort of real pagan read out of the old beliefs. And so, I always wanted to go there, and what better person to take there than Freydís, who is a fugitive from Scandinavia?"


While the Swedish actress underwent extensive training to portray shield maiden Freydís Eiríksdóttir in season one of the Netflix drama, she had to shift the way she carried herself in the new season as her character transformed from Viking warrior to expectant mother. 041b061a72


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