Vikings: Valhalla is a fresh new spin-off of the History Channel’s popular Vikings series that will premiere on Netflix in 2022 and has already been renewed for a third season. The series, like its predecessor, will be produced by MGM Productions and will run for six seasons.
Vikings is already available on Netflix in most parts of the world, however it will not be available in the United States or the United Kingdom until at least 2024. It’s expected to last for at least three seasons, with a total of 24 episodes scheduled. Are you a fan of The Vikings? Stay connected and we will help you know everything about the spin-off.
Is There A Netflix Version Of The Original Vikings Series? Will It Be Available On Netflix If It Isn’t Already?
We heard in the summer of 2021 that the original Vikings series will be available on Netflix in the United States and the United Kingdom, but not until 2024/2025.
What Is Vikings: Valhalla Plot?
The end of the Viking age looms increasingly closer as the Kingdom of England stands steadfast against its Scandanavian enemies, set over 100 years after the events of Vikings. Following the death of King Edward the Confessor, three lords claim the English crown, altering the course of history.
Will Any Of The Original Vikings Make An Appearance In The New Show?
Yes, according to his agency CV, John Kavanagh, the first and most prominent actor from Vikings, will feature in Valhalla. We’re guessing he’ll show up in Valhalla visions as well.
Who Else Is A Part Of The Vikings: Valhalla Team?
We know of a few extra crew members who work on the show in addition to the cast:
- Three episodes of season one will be directed by Steve Saint Leger. He’s not only helmed a few episodes of the main Vikings series, but he’s also set to direct Netflix’s Barbarians, which will premiere in late 2020.
- Niels Arden Oplev, a BAFTA-winning Danish director who has directed episodes of Mr. Robot and Under the Dome, will direct one or more episodes of Valhalla’s first season.
- Hannah Quinn has also been revealed as one of the directors for Vikings: Valhalla’s first season. Fate: The Winx Saga is one of her most recent works.