History Channel’s well-known historical drama series, Vikings, based on the life of Viking Ragnar Lothbrok, is coming to an end soon. The historical drama series has been running successfully on the channel and has several fans and followers. The sixth season of Vikings is underway, with the first part of the final season already being aired. The dates for the airing of the second part of the historical drama series are yet to be announced. But, a sequel to the popular historical drama series is already being made by the streaming giant Netflix. Here is everything we know about the upcoming sequel to Vikings, Vikings: Valhalla.
Vikings: Valhalla: When Will The Historical Drama Series Make Its Debut On The Broadcasting Giant’s Platform?
The fans and followers of the historical drama series, Vikings, will have to wait longer to watch the sequel to the series. Netflix is yet to announce the arrival date of Vikings: Valhalla. The series is expected to make its debut on the streaming giant’s platform sometime later next year or in 2022. The first season of Vikings: Valhalla will consist of twenty-four episodes divided into two parts.
Vikings: Valhalla: Has The Production Of The Historical Drama Series Begun?
The first season of Vikings: Valhalla will be filmed primarily in Ireland. The production work on the first season of the series began earlier this year but was stopped due to the sudden spread of the COVID 19. But, the filming of the series resumed earlier in July. With the delay in the production work, the filming of the series will not finish by October this year. It is expected that the series will finish the production work by Spring next year.
Vikings: Valhalla: What Is The Plot Of The Upcoming Series?
The upcoming historical drama series will follow the life of Norman king William the Conqueror. It will also follow the adventures of Leif Erikson, Freydis, and Harald Hardrada.
Vikings: Valhalla: Who Are The Part Of The Cast For The Upcoming Series?
The cast of the upcoming historical drama series includes Yvonne Mai, Bill Murphy, Ethan Dillon, and Alan Devine.
Vikings: Valhalla will be available on the broadcasting giant Netflix’s platform.