The new series is set 100 years after the original Vikings
Netflix has revealed the release date for the upcoming Vikings spin-off series Vikings: Valhalla, and also dropped some brand new images.
The show, which is set a century after the events of the main history series, stars Sam Corlett (chilling adventures of sabrina) as Leif Eriksson, Frida Gustavson (witcher) as Friedis Ericsdotter and Leo Suter (sanditone) as Harald Sigurdsson.
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Netflix has now confirmed that Vikings: Valhalla, which was created by the original show’s creator Michael Hurst, will hit the stage on February 25, 2022.
Additionally, a new set of official images gives us a taste of the conflict to come. Take a look below:
Vikings: Valhalla – February 25, 2022
Set 100 years after the original series, Valhalla chronicles the journey of some of history’s most famous Vikings – Leif Eriksson, Friedis Eriksdotter, and Harald Sigurdsson – as they fight for survival and glory. Here is your first look. pic.twitter.com/ds18i4oB2Q
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Fans were given a previous teaser for the series back in September, which shows Ericsson captaining his boat in rough waters.
The show’s official synopsis reads: “Brand new Vikings: Valhalla Begins in the early 11th century and describes the mythical adventures of some of the most famous Vikings who ever lived – Leif Eriksson, Freidis Eriksdotter, Harald Hardrada and the Norman King William the Conqueror. These men and women will ignite a path fighting for survival in an ever-changing and ever-evolving world. ,
The series will also star Caroline Henderson, Johannes Hauku Johansson, Polina Mackinosh, Asbjörn Krog, David Oaks, Paru Oja, Louis Davison, Julian Seeger and James Ballanger.
Meanwhile, earlier this year Vikings Actor Alexander Ludwig shared a social media clip of two fans grumbling about the show in the background while he was at a restaurant, before revealing that he had gone to surprise them.
“These two started yelling about #vikings as @laurendludwig and I sat about 10 feet away from them. Of course I had to go to them to stop, thanks for making my damn day,” he Explained. “They flipped over and it was absolutely awesome.”