Vikings: Valhalla (Season 2): Everything We Know about the season with estimated Release Date


Vikings: Valhalla is one of the most anticipated and loved series to MGM’s Vikings, ready to become on Netflix. The series fans already have been delighted to get an update about the second season that has already been filed and also confirmed to drop in 2023. 

Vikings: Valhalla is Netflix’s famous historical drama show made by Michael Hirst and the show is a spin-off of the latest History Channel series MGM Productions following its predecessors ran for six seasons. 


The story of Vikings: Valhalla is based on one hundred years after the Great Viking soldier sailed for England. The situation has been created baby the sons of Ragnar Lothbrok who become aggressive about his death. 

Now we are going too deep about season 2 and also liking doer the highlights here they are: 

  • The show will come back for season 2 in 2023 
  • The show will also be renewed for the third season. 
  • The production of the third season is going to start in May 2022. 
  • Jeb Stuart also performing his role of showrunner for seasons 2 & 3 
  • Sam Corlett, Frida Gustavsson, and Leo Sutter have been confirmed to come back. 

Vikings: Valhalla (Season 2): Renewal Status 

The series just not only come for the second season but also declared its renewal for the third season. The reason behind the renewal is the big response of the viewers. Netflix also approved the right of licensing for the original Vikings show that become a part of the deal of Netflix UK and Netflix US and is still set to get seasons 1-6 within a couple of years’ time. Netflix already declared the reconfirmation about the fact that Vikings: Valhalla get two additional seasons on 9th March 2022. 

After taking into consideration the popular show’s predecessor, Vikings. Also, Netflix is wildly determined about the response of Vikings: Valhalla. 

Vikings: Valhalla (Season 1): Netflix Performance 

There is a good collection about the performance of the show. In the first two days on the platform, it just registered 80.56 million hours of watching making it the second most-watched show this week. 

Between 25th February and 3rd April 2022, the show gets 265,550,0000 hours of watching on Netflix. 

Week Period Hours Viewed(M) Rank Week in Top 10
February 20th, 2022 to February 27th, 2022 80,560,000 2 1
February 27th, 2022 to March 6th, 2022 113,380,000 (+41%) 1 2
March 6th, 2022 to March 13th, 2022 41,760,000 (-63%) 4 3
March 13th, 2022 to March 20th, 2022 19,800,000 (-53%) 8 4
March 27th, 2022 to April 3rd, 2022 10,050,000 (-49%) 9 5

After doing such comparisons it become pretty difficult along with the latest hourly data but we also can watch that Vikings: Valhalla performed in favor in comparison with The Last Kingdom which was dropped in early 2022. 

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Vikings: Valhalla (Season 1): Nielson Data 

Every week Nielson publishes the top 10s as it gives us an insight into the performance of the show In the United States. 

The list of Nielson indicates that Vikings: Valhalla just was available for two days. 

Week Rank That Week (Original Titles) Minutes (Millions)
02/21-02/27 8 796
02/28-03/06 2 1079

The latest show was also hit by critics though it scores 89% on Rotten Tomatoes. On Rotten Tomatoes, the audience score in April 2022 hit 54%. On IMDb, the show gets a huge response that is 7.2 with the 8th episode the score arises to 8.1. 

The critical Conesus follows: 

“Reveling in the glory of straightforward adventure storytelling, Valhalla is a bloody good dramatization of Leif Erikson’s conquests.” 

Vikings: Valhalla (Season 2): Production Status 

The shooting of the second season has ended, and the production of the show ended in Ireland. 

Jeb Stuart also declared that along the time of the first season’s release that he was, ” finishing the editing of the last episode of season two.” It indicates that the series is going to be completed within a year before release. 

The production has already boosted up for the third season. The team confirms Production will start anytime in Spring 2022. They have started to gear up across April with the view to start shooting in May 2022.  

Jeb Stuart also told them that season 3 is “very exciting” and “my Vikings get out of Scandinavia so we have lots of great surprises.” 

Vikings: Valhalla (Season 2): Release date 

Netflix has not mentioned any exact release date for the second season just beyond a general 2023 release date. We can guess when it will hit on Netflix. 

As the production finished in November 2021, they are mostly going for the arrival of the second season on Netflix in early 2023 between January and March 2023. 

Vikings: Valhalla (Season 2): Expectations

In this second season, there will be many significant events going to happen in the historical period. 

Leif’s unlucky Red 

The journey of Greenlander to the east has been very painful and sorrowing for Leif and his sister, Freydis. The comrades set out to sail with them for Denmark to become dead. The biggest tragedy happens with Leif that is the death of his lover, Lif, and fellow warrior who also died at the time of the invasion of Kattegat. 


Lif was the only person who bring Leif simple and resist him from becoming like his popular berserker father, Erik the Red. They death of her has seen Leif snap as a result of the explorer donning the dual axes pair, without any armor, and single-handedly taking down a whole group of Vikings warriors without breaking any sweat. The cry of his was is like similar to his father, Leif activates his blood-thirsty nature. 

We all know fate is always cruel and if he continues to behave like this then he may find himself to be banished from the world of Vikings, forcing the explorer for sailing West and set up Vinland which is the first European settlement in the Americas. 

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Harold Norway’s  Future King 

It will be one biggest surprises and liberties taken in this history such as the early appearance of Harald Sigurdson popularly famous as Harold Hardrada. Harold comes into the Viking world that is legendary and there is no one to take their place at the time of the events Vikings as the future Norway King was just a baby, born to Asta and Sigurd in Ringerike. 

The Herald reveals inn Valhalla as open support of King Cnut nor but the fate of his half-brother Olaf who is unknown now, it also mentions feeling Kattegat along with Freydis, Harald’s journey to becoming a in still remain unsuccessful. 

Leo Sutter told them: 

“Harald’s been screwed over. Massively screwed over and what’s more, it’s not just him who’s been screwed over but it’s his loved ones who’ve been screwed over. So that relationship is, as you say, very damaged. And it’s going to take a lot for it to heal. But yeah, there’s certainly been some serious wrongs that have befallen him. So let’s see in Season 2 what happens with that.” 

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The Northern Sea Empire and King Cnut 

It has been fixed by his ambitious wide Emma of Normandy and also his father Sweyn Forkbeard, King Cnut’s view as a Great Northern Empire is firmly within reach. 

Queen Emma’s consideration against Queen Aelfgifu provided Sweyn a lot of time to figure out the fleet of his done and set for the sail to Kattegat. England is now under Cnut’s rule. 

Cnut is already battling a war in Denmark but his feel lacked for that the thanks go to Aelfgifu. Sweyn now just aiding the entire defense of Kattegat. It is not very long before the Dances fell under the rule of the Norse king. 

After Cnut become the king of Denmark, his dream to build a North Sea empire become a reality 

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Freydis as the last or not 

It seems that with the destruction of Upsala and the rising of Christianity in the Viking World, the worship of the old gods also become very weak. As Freydis and Greenlanders are the two worshipers who come from the old ways, Leif also shows the eagerness in Christianity that means all of the strange ways of surviving death. 

The fact is still not clear what is indicating, “the Last”, it may be suggested that Freydis will be the last person able to spread the worship of the Old ways. 

Vikings: Valhalla (Season 2): Episode Count 

In total, the series contains 24 episodes of Vikings: Valhalla having three seasons. 

On looking ahead to the third season one of the biggest news we have so far is we also can expect to watch George Maniaks appearing for the season. In history, Maniaks was an exact general of the Byzantine played by Florian Munteanu who played Razor Fist in Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. 

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