The famous historical drama Vikings Valhalla’s premiere date has arrived. The story is all set to hit the screens today. Vikings Valhalla is a power-packed combination of action, epic history, and myths.
The trailer has already sparked interest among the audience. The battle scenes and fearful conflict among the Vikings and English Royals have been the centre of the debate. The action-packed trailer is promising something unique that fans have never seen before. Vikings: Valhalla follows the famous explorer Leif Eriksson, Freydis Eriksdotter, and Nordic prince Harald Sigurdsson, set 100 years after the previous series’ climax. The new trailer has explored that there will be bloodshed and violence in this new series. Vikings Valhalla shows massive downpour, muddy action, and plenty of feathers clothing.
Michael Hirst produced and wrote Vikings’ epic drama series for the History channel. The series has been inspired by the tales of the Norsemen of early medieval Scandinavia. Here, in the below section, we have compiled all the relevant facts and figures.
Vikings Valhalla: Release Date
The wait is over. You can enjoy it today. Vikings Valhalla is geared to hit the screen on the 25th of February, 2022. All the episodes of the upcoming series will be dropped simultaneously on the gigantic streaming platform. Still, it is unclear about the number of episodes. Once we get to know more about its episodes, we probably end up sharing the link with the fans.
Vikings Valhalla: Cast
One of the most iconic Vikings characters, John Kavanagh, will return as the Ancient Prophet. Other familiar Vikings’ faces feature in Valhalla, including Karen Connell, Bosco Hogan, and Gavan O’Connor Duffy in both repeating and new characters.
The creators have revealed the cast list for the upcoming series in a recent talk show. The lead stars are Sam Corlett and the Swedish model Frida Gustavsson.
- Pollyanna McIntosh as Queen Elfgifu
- David Oakes as Earl Godwin
- Haukur Johannesson as Olaf ‘The Holy’ Haraldsson.
- David Lindstrom as Sigurd Snake-in-the-Eye
- Jordan Patrick Smith as Ubbe
- Moe Dunford as Aethelwulf
- Jonathan Rhys Meyers as Bishop Heahmund
- Danila Kozlovsky as Oleg the Prophet
Netflix’s Vikings: Valhalla Creators
Vikings’ original writer Michael Hirst will serve as executive producer for Vikings Valhalla in collaboration with MGM Television. This new series was created and co-written by veteran Hollywood screenwriter Jeb Stuart. Director Steve Saint Leger directed three episodes of Season 1. On Vikings: Valhalla, Niels Arden Oplev and Hannah Quinn will be sharing filmmaking duties.
Vikings Valhalla: Plot
As we know, the upcoming series is premiering now. Fans are very excited to learn more about the plot. In a media interview, creators announced that Valhalla is set 100 years after the first Vikings’ climax. The Netflix synopsis describes Vikings Valhalla as a film about the heroic adventures of some of the most famous Vikings who ever lived, happening almost a thousand years ago in the early 11th century.
As tensions between the Vikings and the English royals extend a bloody climax. The Vikings themselves clash over their conflicting Christian and ancient beliefs. These three Vikings concentrate on an epic journey that might take them across oceans and battlefields, from Kattegat to England and beyond, in their mission for survival and glory.
According to reports, the upcoming series might take us through numerous wars, return to a larger Kattegat, and finish with the Battle of Stamford Bridge 1066 and the end of the Viking Age. The war between the Vikings and England will be explored once more in the upcoming series in the 11th century. As the Viking era ended in the 11th century, we will undoubtedly see this fall recreated in Valhalla.
Vikings Valhalla: Trailer
Netflix has shared the official trailer of Vikings Valhalla. The trailer depicts Vikings at sea, where fans can witness terrible stormy wind. The entire soldiers are seen travelling in a boat but kept secret where they are heading for. It is anticipated that they might be heading towards Britain to fight against English Royals.
The trailer has also revealed new characters in a short clip. It shows several battle scenes with tons of bloodshed all around, and the spin-off might give the original series a successful run. It would be worth watching when it comes to battlefield action. Do not forget to share your review with us. Stay tuned with us to dig out more stories.