The eagerly awaited Vikings: Valhalla sequel to MGM’s Vikings debuted on Netflix in early 2022, and there will be more in 2023.
Given that season 2 of the programme has already begun filming, here is an updated list of everything we currently know about Vikings: Valhalla season 2 on Netflix.
Michael Hirst’s historical drama Vikings: Valhalla, a Netflix Original, is a prequel to the iconic Vikings History Channel series. Like its predecessor, which had six seasons, this one is made by MGM Productions.
The events of Vikings: Valhalla take place 100 years after the Great Viking army, led by Ragnar Lothbrok’s sons, set sail for England in search of retribution for his death.
If you’re only interested in the highlights of what we already know about season 2, here they are:
Season 2 of the programme will premiere in 2023. (no specific date given)
The programme will also make a third season.
Season 3’s filming began in May 2022 and will wrap up in late October 2022. Jeb Stuart remains the showrunner for seasons two and three.
Leo Suter (Harald Sigurdsson), Sam Corlett (Leif Eriksson), and Frida Gustavsson (Freydis Eriksdotter) have all been confirmed to return for season 2.
We have a solid idea of how well the show is doing thanks to Netflix Top 10 data. It had 80.56 million hours watched in its first two days on the site, making it the second most-watched show that week.
The show was a critical success, with RottenTomatoes rating it at 89 percent (designated as Certified Fresh), although viewer ratings were less favourable.
Beyond a general 2023 release date, Netflix has not confirmed a precise release date for Vikings: Valhalla season 2.